Erin Go Bragh - Irish-American Civil War Flag - 3x2 ft

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Erin go Bragh, sometimes Erin go Braugh, is the anglicisation of an Irish phrase, and is used to express allegiance to Ireland. It is most often translated as "Ireland Forever." In time, the phrase became Anglicized. By 1847, it was already in use as "Erin Go Bragh". That year, a group of Irish volunteers, including U.S. Army deserters, joined the Mexican side in the U.S.–Mexican War. These soldiers, known as Los San Patricios, or Saint Patrick's Battalion, flew as their standard a green flag with a harp on it, with the motto "Erin Go Bragh" underneath. Variations on this flag design have been used at different times to express Irish nationalism.

This is a screen printed flag, in bold, clear colours, made of 100% woven polyester. It has a double stitched hem around the flag, and a reinforced hem on the hanging side. Comes complete with 2 metal eyelets for hanging.
Hang them up in your home, garage, shed or favourite hangout as a great display item. Also can be added to a flag pole or flown on up a hoist. Great for re-enacting, and as a film or TV prop.

Authenticity: Reproduction
Size: 2x3 ft (62 x 90 cm)
Material: Polyester
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