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How Well Do You Know The History Of The Confederate Flag?

The confederate flag is a point of both pride and controversy in the United States. Do you think you know the history of this contentious piece of history? Take this quiz and find out!

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What was the first flag of the Confederate army officially called?
Stars and bars
Stars and stripes
Crosses and bars

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Who came up with the design for the Confederate flag we know today?
Jefferson Davis
William Porcher Miles
Robert E. Lee

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When was the Confederate flag officially adopted?
1861
1858
1860

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What is the real name of the Confederate flag?
Battle Flag of Virginia
Southern Battle Flag
Southern Stars

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How many stars are officially represented on the Confederate flag?
6
13
12

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True or false: Using the Confederate flag as a battle flag caused confusion as to who was on what side, due to its similar appearance to the American flag.
True
False

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In what city was the Confederate flag created?
Fairfax, VA
Columbia, SC
Alexandria, VA

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Who designed the very first Confederate flag ever?
Nicola Marschall
Betsy Ross
Arthur Rogers

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What was the second flag of the Confederate army officially called?
The Stainless Banner
The Blood Stained Banner
The Spangled Banner

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True or false: After the war, Robert E. Lee did not believe in flying the Confederate flag because he saw the act as pointless.
True
False

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What year was the Confederate flag removed from the capitol building in South Carolina?
2015
2014
It hasn't been removed

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How many states were officially represented by the confederate flag?
11
13
14

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You are Confederate keen! Though you may not be completely educated on the history of this disputed flag, you've still got quite a handle on US history. That's something to be proud of!

B+, Confederate Cunning

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You are Confederate cunning! We think you might be a bit of a Civil War buff, as you're well informed on the history of this contended piece of history.

A+, Flag Expert

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You are a flag expert! Even though the Confederate army cycled through several flags before settling on the one we know today, you've got a good grip on the history of this controversial flag.
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1
What was the first flag of the Confederate army officially called?
Stars and bars
Stars and stripes
Crosses and bars
2
Who came up with the design for the Confederate flag we know today?
Jefferson Davis
William Porcher Miles
Robert E. Lee
3
When was the Confederate flag officially adopted?
1861
1858
1860
4
What is the real name of the Confederate flag?
Battle Flag of Virginia
Southern Battle Flag
Southern Stars
5
How many stars are officially represented on the Confederate flag?
6
13
12
6
True or false: Using the Confederate flag as a battle flag caused confusion as to who was on what side, due to its similar appearance to the American flag.
True
False
7
In what city was the Confederate flag created?
Fairfax, VA
Columbia, SC
Alexandria, VA
8
Who designed the very first Confederate flag ever?
Nicola Marschall
Betsy Ross
Arthur Rogers
9
What was the second flag of the Confederate army officially called?
The Stainless Banner
The Blood Stained Banner
The Spangled Banner
10
True or false: After the war, Robert E. Lee did not believe in flying the Confederate flag because he saw the act as pointless.
True
False
11
What year was the Confederate flag removed from the capitol building in South Carolina?
2015
2014
It hasn't been removed
12
How many states were officially represented by the confederate flag?
11
13
14

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