Who invented the rebel flag?

Answer William Porcher Miles, a congressman and aide to General P.G.T. Beauregard, designed a rectangular banner for the Confederacy, but it was initially rejected. Beauregard resurrected this flag in squ... Read More »

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What is a rebel flag?

The Rebel flag, or Confederate Flag, was used during the Civil War by states that left the Union. There were many flags flown during the war, but the most popular was the Confederate Battle Flag, o... Read More »

How many stars are on the rebel flag?

The Confederate, or rebel flag has 13 stars. They represent the 11 states that seceded from the Union to join the Confederacy, as well as Missouri and Kansas, which were admitted to the Confederacy... Read More »

How to Draw a Rebel Flag?

Do you want to learn how to draw a Confederate or "rebel" flag?Here is how to draw it. First, get out a normal piece of clean white paper, a pencil, and two markers, a red, and a blue.

What does the red represent on the rebel flag?

The red "field" of the confederate flag represents the blood shed for freedom. Some people have interpreted that as "military" blood on the battlefield; others have seen it as the blood Christ shed... Read More »