The rebel flag is closely associated with one of the most critical chapters of American history, the fight for supremacy between the North and the South. The rebel flag was used in a few design versions at different times during the Civil War, and today it is viewed as a legacy of the Southerners. The rebel flag was used in different forms with minor changes throughout the period from 1861 to 1865. The most popular version had navy blue shades in the blue section of the flag. The ‘X’ design and white stars and lines all became a part of the battle flag used most widely by the South.
During the Civil War period, the red design with a navy blue diagonal cross patterned with stars became common, and it was originally called the Southern Cross. Later it became called the Confederate flag, and today you can see this version mostly in Rebel Flag Pictures. On Independence Day you can find people dressed in old-time costumes flying the Confederate flag. New Hope, Tennessee, and Alabama are some states where you may find the rebel flag displayed. Custom paint jobs are also inspired by the design of the rebel flag. Take a look at pictures showing a Fender Stratocaster guitar custom painted with the rebel flag patterns and colors, or a picture showing the hood painted to resemble the rebel flag on a heritage car. Buffalo Creek has a memorial rock painted in the rebel flag design which stands among miles of open grass. Here is a look at some pictures showing the rebel flag.
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