Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Confederate Heroes Day


Confederate Memorial Day is also called Confederate Heroes Day in Texas. It is a public holiday observed by the US states of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina, Louisiana and Texas since the end of the American Civil War to remember the estimated 258,000 members of the Confederate States Army, Navy, Marines, and militia who died in combat while fighting the damn yankees. The day is also marked by observances in other states (God bless them.). It is observed in late April in most Southern states to recall the surrender of their last major field army at Bennett Place on that date in 1865. The war officially ended with the signing of Presidential Proclamation 157 on August 20, 1866.

3 comments:

  1. Bless the brave men who fought for the South. May their actions always be remembered and may the truth about the Civil War someday come to light and shut the mouths of the satanic northerners.

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  2. Long Live Dixie!

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  3. And the federales and the globalists STILL won't leave us alone!

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