Second Confederate national flag
The second national flag of the Confederate States of America.

These flags are a 110g/m2 knitted polyester blend material and are 3'x5' (3 feet by 5 feet) in size and have strong metal grommets and double- stitched lines.

This flag is also known as 'the Stainless Banner' and was designed by William T. Thompson, a newspaper editor and writer based in Savannah, Georgia, with assistance from William Ross Postell, a Confederate blockade runner. W.T. Thompson, the flag's designer, referred to his design as 'The White Man's Flag'.

In referring to the white field that comprised a large part of the flag's design elements, Thompson stated that its color symbolized the supremacy of the white man.