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Photos and videos of monochromatic black American flags have popped up online. These tweets and tick Tocks claim they were first flown by the Confederates during the American Civil War. The posters claimed they mean no quarter or in other words, no mercy will be given to the enemy, so lets verify. Did all black American flags originate with the Confederacy, and what did they mean to get the answer, we spoke to two experts, Peter Ansoff. Hes a flag historian and the president of the North American Vexillological Association, and Linda Barnickel, an author. In Civil War historian, lets start with the basics. Barnacle says its entirely unlikely that an American flag would be flown by the Confederates. Thats thats just not going to happen, and in fact, if they did, if the Confederates captured a Union flag, thats going to be a trophy of war. So false, our experts say, if the Confederacy did fly black flags, they were not American flags. From here, lets dive into the history. Back