Confederate statue in Charlottesville Virginia
Confederate statue in Charlottesville Virginia

The statue of a Confederate soldier, flanked by a cannon and ammunition, has stood at the county courthouse in Charlottesville, Virginia, since 1909, more than 40 years after the Civil War.

The City of Charlottesville, Virginia Voted to take down this Confederate Monument  “At Ready” statue 

Another Liberal move in order to satisfy those who claim the Confederate Statues, Monuments, and Names reflect anything other than the TRUE history of the South.

Confederate Soldiers and Confederate Veterans are Legally United States Veterans. Honoring the sacrifices they made, preserving the true history of the South, for future generations to learn is the patriotic duty of Americans. 

The Sons of Confederate Veterans (Since 1896) Duty is: to defend the Confederate Soldier’s good name and to ensure that the true history of the South is presented to future generations.

 

 

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