23 October 2013

A Review Of Kent Masterson Brown's The Southern Cross

I had previously promised a *review of Kent Masterson Brown's most recent documentary on the Confederacy's first battle flag. That review was posted today at the Washington Times' website:
Born as a symbol of rebellion, the Confederate battle flag retains much of that symbolism to this very day. What is even more intriguing is the fact that the very commissioning of the original Confederate battle flag was itself, an act of rebellion. This little-known part of the flag’s story is told in a fascinating new documentary written and produced by historian Kent Masterson Brown.
You can read the rest of the review here.

The DVD is available here.

*I received no compensation for this review, other than a copy of the DVD.

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