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Georgia, Andersonville, The Confederate battle flag is still proudly flown in downtown, despite the town's notorious civil war history it still insists on calling itself a Civil War village.

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1. The original flag of the Confederacy was much different than the flag that rednecks like to associate with the South today. It was the real “stars and bars.”

2.  The second flag adopted by the Confederacy is where the “rebel flag” we see today comes into play.

3 A Southern humorist during the Civil War praised the second Confederate Flag.

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