The 18th Georgia Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Originally brigaded with the three Texas regiments of John Bell Hood's Texas Brigade, it was transferred to Thomas R.R. Cobb's Georgia Brigade after the Battle of Antietam in late 1862. After General Cobb was mortally wounded at Battle of Fredericksburg, the original colonel of the 18th Georgia, William T. Wofford, became Brigadier General of the Georgia Brigade.
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A flag can mean many things to many people, but none is more controversial than the rebel flag. You are the only person who can truly know what is in your heart, but when bearing this flag with pride, one should seek to only display the best characteristics of a Southerner -- hospitality, compassion and love for God, country and his fellow man.
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More than anything, a true Southern Heart is filled with love, compassion and hope. Those who wish to spread hate may try to steal the pride of the South, but those who do not understand the True South will never blind a real Southern Son to the beauty of this Southern land.
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