• Jeffery Addicott Speaks at 2013 Confederate Decoration Day, San Antonio, TX
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    Jeffery Addicott Speaks at 2013 Confederate Decoration Day, San Antonio, TX

    As we gather here today to honor our Confederate ancestors’ one question is constantly asked and continually repeated. We owe it to our dead comrades in arms – to those who did their duty to the bitter end to examine this question with the greatest of care. That question has two parts: First: Was the South wrong? And second, Did our heroes die in vain? If we answer the first, we can answer the second. In the minds of the North and the Politically Correct, the matter is not even worth analysis — the South was wrong and North won the War because the South was in the wrong. Accordingly,…

  • The Confederate States of America | Dead Countries
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    The Confederate States of America | Dead Countries

    slavery it was about slavery welcome to what I hope is going to be a brand new series on this channel called dead countries we’re gonna talk about countries that used to exist but don’t anymore and maybe focus on the ones that have a looming shadow over our society today and I can’t think of a dead country that looms heavily over at least the u.s. culture more than the Confederate States of America a dead country that was made and sustained entirely for the purposes of maintaining a state of slavery and white supremacy in the south of what is now the United States you might think in…

  • The Confederate States of America’s Flag and its Story
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    The Confederate States of America’s Flag and its Story

    The Confederate States of America, also referred to as the Confederacy, was a republic that declared independence from the United States of America in 1861, leading to the American Civil War. At the end of the war in 1865, the states that had seceded from the Union were incorporated back into the U.S. The Bonnie Blue Flag was the unofficial flag of the Confederacy during the early months of 1861, which included a blue field with a single white star. The first official national flag of the Confederacy included three horizontal bars of red and white, with a blue canton containing seven white stars as representations of the initial seven…

  • What if the South Won the American Civil War?
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    What if the South Won the American Civil War?

    The Civil War was the most devastating conflict in America’s history. Roughly 640,000 Americans died in the four-year fighting between the Union and Confederates which eventually resulted in a Southern defeat, keeping the United States, well, United. But what if in an alternate timeline, the South won the Civil War? “What?” many ask. “What would even be the outcome had the Confederates [won]? “What would be the possible scenarios of a Southern victory?” Well, dear viewer, stop interrupting me; it’s quite rude. That is what this video is about. By looking at facts and historical events, we can get a few rough ideas about what this Confederate independence might look…

  • What If the Confederacy Reunited Today?
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    What If the Confederacy Reunited Today?

    Over 150 years ago, the United States fought the bloodiest war in her history against herself as much as 3% of the population of the country died Fighting that war and one of the two sides that fought it was the Confederate states of America The Confederacy lost the war and was vanquished from history But what if today for whatever reason the confederacy re-emerged as an independent country again? What would the confederacy of today actually look like to begin with? The same 11 states that were part of the old confederacy would be part of this new one as well, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia Florida, Tennessee,…