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[ram97]

Missing info! (5)
Title: Nils Bartholdy i Rigsarkivet
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Sigrid Ramsbuch
Language: Danish
Source title: Nordisk arkivnytt
Source number (date): 42 (1997)
Source pages: 116-117

[ran63]

Title: Ytterligare ett bidrag till Tre Kronor
(in English: One further contribution on the three crowns)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Language: Swedish
Source title: Heraldisk tidsskrift [hts]
Source number (date): 7 (1963)
Source pages: 309

[ran72]

Title: Sköldformens utveckling på danskt område 1140-1500
(in English: The development of the forms of the shield in Danish territory, 1140-1500)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Language: Swedish
Source title: Heraldisk tidsskrift [hts]
Source number (date): 26 (1972)
Source pages: 262-263

[ran82]

Missing info! (1)
Title: Die Löwenwappen im mittelalterlichen Skandinavien
(in English: The lion arms in Medieval Scandinavia)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Language: German (High)
Source title: Genealogica & Heraldica. Report of The 14th International Congress of Genealogical and Heraldic Sciences in Copenhagen 25.-29. August 1980 [ghc80]
Source number (date): (1982)
Source pages: 113-120

[ran90]

Missing info! (4)
Title: Svensk adelsheraldik med Klingspors Vapenbok
Medium: book
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Edition (publisher: place): Corona: Malmö (Sweden)
Language: Swedish
Edition date: 1990
Pages: 499

[ran97]

Missing info! (5)
Title: Forntidsdjur och landssymbol — något om djurbilder och heraldiska vapen
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Language: Swedish
Source title: Ale: Historisk tidskrift för Skåne, Halland och Blekinge
Source number (date): (1997)
Source pages: 1-5

[ran97a]

Missing info! (6)
Title: Skåne läns nya vapen
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Language: Swedish
Source title: Svensk numismatisk tidskrift
Source number (date): (1997)
Source pages: 49

[ran98]

Missing info! (5)
Title: Skåne — Halland — Blekinge: Landskapens vapenbilder
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Jan Raneke
Language: Swedish
Source title: Ale: Historisk tidskrift för Skåne, Halland och Blekinge
Source number (date): (1998)
Source pages: 1-44

[rap06]

Missing info! (4)
Title: Mini-Crisis in Iraq: Which Iraqi Flag?
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Nimrod Raphaeli
Language: English
Source title: Inquiry and Analysis Series
Source number (date): 293 (2006.09.19)
Source edition (publisher: place): Memri - The Middle East Media Research Institute: Washington, DC (United States)
Remarks: Available on line.

[rar98]

Title: Colours Of The Gray: An Illustrated Index Of Wartime Flags From The Museum Of The Confederacy’s Collection
Medium: book
Main author(s): Rebecca A. Rose
Edition (publisher: place): Museum of the Confederacy: Richmond (United States)
Language: English
Edition date: 1998 (1st ed.)
Pages: 56
Format: 215×279 mm

Remarks: Authorship of Rebecca A. Rose mentioned as «compil.».

This volume is aimed towards helping the researcher know what flags the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, Virginia has in their collection. With well over 550 flags, this is the largest single collection of Confederate flags in the world. It is a flags resource that has clamored for a complete index for a long time!

The book is broken down into three sections: one is for flags that the museum acquired from individual donors beginning in 1892 (and broken down by state), the next section covers flags donated by the Commonwealth of Virginia (almost all of them battleflags or state flags for Virginia troops) and the last section covers flags transferred from the U.S. War Department in 1906 (broken down by War Department Capture Number). At the turn of the century the Confederate Museum (as it was known then) was the single gathering point from all over the South for wartime relics. Most came from soldiers or their families. As such, when the War Department gave back CS flags in 1905 (over 500) those that could not be identified went to the Confederate Museum; the others went to their respective states.

There is a short explanation of how to understand the book’s breakdown as well as some diagrams of flags and their terminology. There are some expalanations that should have been added — like a breakdown in the 9 different types of Army of Northern Virginia battle flags (one silk, one cotton and 7 wool bunting issues) as well as a description of the ANV variant flags listed in the text — some were Dept. of Alabama, Mississippi and East Louisiana flags while others were Charleston Depot flags. The text only lists them as «ANV — variant» and then describes the flag’s variance from the regular ANV flags. While definitely inspired by the ANV battle flags they are different in enough respects to be considered their own extant patterns.

However, the reader will certainly become well acquainted with the collection of battle flags, national flags, presentation flags, headquarters flags as well as some of the most unique flags used by Confederate troops. Naval buffs will enjoy the inclusion of various CS Navy flags as well. This work certainly goes a long way in dispelling the myth of there being only one “Confederate” flag!

The book is well organized and very easy to read. Each flag has it’s known history as well as where it came from next to it based on the museum’s files. Measurements and descriptive details as to the materials used on some of the flags are also included. The section of flags returned from the War Department is particularly useful as many of the flags previously marked as «unknown unit» have now been identified by various researchers (including myself).

There are numerous photographs of flags throughout the book culminating in a color spread in the middle. If you have been an avid researcher of CS flags however, you will have seen many of these flags before. The entire collection has not been photographed as yet and I am sure Ms. Rose wanted to use certain flags to illustrate the collection’s diversity in terms of the many flag patterns. So that is a trade off that can be dealt with. There are some black & white photos as well. Some of the flags depicted have never been published and that aspect adds luster to the publication. One surprise the book held was the amount of U.S. Civil War flags the museum has — including the personal flag of Gen. George Custer!

My minor criticisms aside this is a wonderful research tool for those interested in the topic of Confederate flags. Ms. Rose, and the rest of the museum staff, have done a wonderful job of detailing the treasures of the museum’s collection in a format very easy to use as well as being ornate. The price of the publication is a modest $18 (less if you are a museum member like myself).

So far as I know it is only available at the Museum of the Confederacy bookstore — but they do have a mailorder service available as well as a website. Type in "Museum of the Confederacy" in your search engine and it will take you right to it.

Greg Biggs, 30 Oct 1998


[ras98]

Missing info! (4)
Title: The economics of desecration: Flag burning and related activities
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Eric Rasmusen
Language: English
Source title: Journal of legal studies
Source number (date): 27 (1998)
Source pages: 245-269

[rat69]

Missing info! (1)
Title: Das Wappen von Bayern
(in English: The arms of Bavaria)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Paul Ernst Rattelmüller
Edition (publisher: place): Münchner Buchgewerbehaus - Bayerland-Berlag: München (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1969
Pages: 95
Format: 170×180 mm

[rat89]

Title: Das Wappen von Bayern
(in English: The arms of Bavaria)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Paul Ernst Rattelmüller
Edition (publisher: place): Süddeutscher Verlag: München (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1989 (1st ed.)
Catalogue codes: ISBN 3-7991-6435-9 = ISBN 978-3-7991-6435-1
Pages: 96
Format: 215×215 mm

[rau]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [rau98]

[rau94]

Title: The South African flag of 1928-1994
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Philippe Rault
Language: English
Source title: The Flag Bulletin [tfb]
Source number (date): XXXIII-1 = 156 (1994)
Source pages: 2-39

[rau96]

Title: The flag of Côtes-d’Armor
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Philippe Rault
Language: English
Source title: The Flag Bulletin [tfb]
Source number (date): XXXV-6 = 172 (1996)
Source pages: 232-238

[rau98]

Title: Les drapeaux bretons de 1188 à nos jours
(in English: The Breton flags, from 1188 until now)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Philippe Rault
Edition (publisher: place): Coop Breizh: Spézet (France)
Language: French
Edition date: 1998 (1st ed.)
Catalogue codes: ISBN 2-84346-034-4 = ISBN 978-2-84346-034-10
Pages: 87
Format: A4 (tall) (279×210 mm)

[rau99]

Missing info! (1)
Title: Afrikaner political flags
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Philippe Rault
Language: English
Source title: Flags of Southern Africa and the World — Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Vexillology, Cape Town, South Africa, 10-15 August 1997 [icv97]
Source number (date): (1999)
Source pages: 99-117

[rav]

Missing info! (1)
Title: Raven: A Journal of Vexillology
Medium: periodical
Edition (publisher: place): North American Vexillological Association (NAVA) (United States)
Language: English
Publishing dates: 1994-
Frequency: 1 issue per annum
Catalogue codes: ISSN:1071-0043
Format: 22×15 cm

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Remarks: Available on line; index on line.

NAVA dedicated #7 of Raven to me as a Festschrift (albeit not specially-commissioned articles).
Whitney Smith, 31 Oct 2002


[rav34]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [hea97]

[raw85]

Missing info! (3)
Title: Old Scottish Rregimental Colours
Medium: book
Main author(s): Andrew Ross
Edition (publisher: place): Blackwood: Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
Language: English
Edition date: 1885
Pages: 158

[raz]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Aleksandr Razumov.

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