Sons of Confederate Veterans
Southern History Library
Truth Concerning the Confederate Battle Flag
Pastor John Weaver is the Past Chaplain in Chief for the Sons of Confederate Veterans and is a renowned historian. He has spent his life spreading the good news of Jesus Christ and defending the Confederate Soldier. He has done extensive research on the Christian and Celtic origins of the Confederate Battle Flag (Southern Cross). His sermon gives the historical facts on why the Confederate Army chose this symbol of Southern Valor and Patriotism in the field of battle. Pastor Weaver also gives historical details on why the Southern Soldier and People were fighting a war against tyranny and invasion.
The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans has distributed over 250,000 CD copies of Truth Concerning the Confederate Battle Flag CDs at our cost of .35 cents each. They are a perfect educational tool to give someone who needs a history lesson.
Pastor John Weaver and his wife Alice.
The Truth Concerning
The Confederate Battle Flag
CD copies are available through
the Georgia Division Store.
Historical Television Segments
During the 150th Anniversary of the War Between the States (Sesquicentennial), the Georgia Division produced and aired television segments of historical events and causes leading up to the War.
Historical Radio Segments
During the 150th Anniversary of the War Between the States (Sesquicentennial) the Georgia Division produced and aired radio segments of historical events and battles that happen in Georgia during the War. These radio segments were aired statewide during the sesquicentennial. They are available for your listening pleasure just by clicking on the below links. These segments are also downloadable on MP3 files if you want to air them on your local radio stations.
Sherman’s March to the Sea Radio Segment
Booklets & Pamphlets
The Georgia Division is interested in educating fellow Southerners and everyone about the truth of the War Between the States, its causes, the motivations of the South, and the experiences of the Southern people during the War.
Prison Pens of the North
You’ve heard about the tragedy at Andersonville… but what have you heard about the Confederate POW camps up north during the War in which thousands of Southerners were intentionally deprived of food, shelter, and medical provisions? Unlike the situation with the Yankee POWs at Andersonville, Union troops had more than enough provisions for the Confederate POWs in their care but intentionally starved thousands to death, sometimes with rations sitting spoiling in warehouses just feet away from the malnourished prisoners. Learn the truth by reading the “Prison Pens of the North” booklet offered by the Georgia Division.
To order your copies of “Prison Pens of the North” please visit our Division Store.
Why we commemorate
During the 150th Anniversary of the War Between the States (Sesquicentennial) the Georgia Division published over 200,000 “Why we Commemorate” pamphlets for distribution. This pamphlet gives the reasons why the Citizens of the Southern States declared their independence and why we should always commemorate their valor, hardship and sacrifices they made to protect their families and homes from invasion.
Andersonville Prison and Captain Henry Wirz Trial
This 65-page book written in 1921 by Georgia Division United Daughters of the Confederacy historian Mildred Lewis Rutherford gives facts about Andersonville Prison and Capt. Henry Wirz’ Trial in Washington D.C. Several historians have called the trial a “national disgrace.” The book mentions how the Yankees cut off Capt. Wirz’ head, arms, and legs and exhibited them. The book is a very informative source of information about Andersonville Prison and the Trial of Capt. Henry Wirz that everyone interested in the War Between the States history should read.
To order your copies of “Andersonville Prison and Captain Henry Wirz Trial” please visit our Division Store.
Confederate Veterans are American Veterans brochure
After the War, Union and Confederate Soldiers, Sailors and Marines came together in a national spirit of unity and reconciliation. If the men who fought against each other came together in reconciliation, then why can’t we honor all American veterans? If we don’t honor all veterans today, then we will set the precedence to dishonor our veterans tomorrow.
This well written brochure shows that many of our nation’s military leaders who served our nation in wars after the War Between the States were decedents of Confederate Veterans.
“The Other Side of the Coin” is a complete curriculum offered free of charge from the Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. It has been used by public and private school teachers, homeschool families, and individuals interested in learning about the War Between the States from the Southern view. Unlike most modern history books, Hollywood films, and television programs, “The Other Side of the Coin” gives the unrevised version of history as presented by our Southern ancestors, including the Confederate soldiers to whom the Sons of Confederate Veterans is pledged to present their case for all future generations of Americans who wish to know the truth about the Southern Cause to examine for themselves.
The entire Education Curriculum is available to be downloaded and printed with our permission for your convenience.