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[bca]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Charles E. Bartlett.

[bca00]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [b7c00]

[bcc02]

Missing info! (4)
Title: Americas behind bountiful banners
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Caleb Bach
Language: English
Source title: Américas
Source number (date): 54.6 (2002)
Source pages: 38-43

[bcd01]

Missing info! (4)
Title: The Manx Sword of State
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Claude Blair
Language: English
Source title: Proceedings of the Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society
Source number (date): XI.2 (2001)
Source pages: 259-281

[bce91]

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Title: Flags and Emblems of Australia
Medium: book
Main author(s): Jill B. Bruce
Edition (publisher: place): Kangaroo Press: Kenthurst (Australia)
Language: English
Edition date: 1991
Catalogue codes: ISBN 0-86417-396-2 = ISBN 978-0-86417-396-6
Pages: 33

[bce96]

Missing info! (4)
Title: Flags and Emblems of Australia
Medium: book
Main author(s): Jill B. Bruce
Edition (publisher: place): Kangaroo Press: Kenthurst (Australia)
Language: English
Edition date: 1996
Previous edition: [bce91]

[bcf00]

Title: Eckart Henning: Auxilia Historica
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Friedrich Beck
Language: German (High)
Source title: Herold-Jahrbuch [hjb]
Source number (date): NF 5 (2000)
Source pages: 246-247
Remarks: review of this omnibus volume of Henning’s publications on the historical auxiliary sciences

[bcg61]

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Title: Die spätrömische Kupferprägung: Ein Bestimmungsbuch für schlecht erhaltene Münzen
(in English: Late Roman copper coinage: an identification book for badly preserved coins)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Guido Bruck
Edition (publisher: place): Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt: Graz (Austria)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1961
Pages: 130

[bch85]

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Title: Ist die französische Revolution zu Ende? Politische Erfahrung und historisches Symbol im Frenkreich des 20. Jahhunderts
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Ursula A. J. Becher
Language: German (High)
Source title: Geschichte und Gesellschaft
Source number (date): 11 (1985)
Source pages: 5-18

[bci67]

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Title: Il primo Tricolore : Reggio Emilia 7 gennaio 1797
Medium: book
Main author(s): Ugo Bellocchi
Edition (publisher: place): Reggio Emilia: (unknown location) (Italy)
Language: Italian
Edition date: 1967
Pages: 88

[bci97]

Title: Il Tricolore : Duecento Anni : 1797-1997
(in English: The Tricolor : 200 years : 1797-1997)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Ugo Bellocchi
Edition (publisher: place): Artioli: Modena (Italy)
Language: Italian
Edition date: 1997 (1st ed.)
Catalogue codes: ISBN 88-7792-049-1 = ISBN 978-88-7792-049-2
Pages: 456
Format: 35×25 cm
Remarks: 654 ill. Information on line.

[bci97a]

Missing info! (1)
Title
(in English: (Editorial))
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Ugo Bellocchi
Language: Italian
Source title: Vexilla Italica [vxi]
Source number (date): XXIV:1 (= 41) (1997)
Source pages: 2

[bci97b]

Missing info! (4)
Title: 1797-1997 l’Italia del tricolore
Medium: book
Main author(s): Ugo Bellocchi
Edition (publisher: place): Lion’s Club Reggio Emilia: (unknown location) (Italy)
Languages: Italian
Edition date: 1997
Pages: 32
Format: 29,5 cm
Remarks: Listed in [brz00a] as Q6.

[bcj94]

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Title: Provincia del Neuquén, Argentina
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Jorge Daniel Bacci
Language: Castillian (a.k.a. Spanish)
Source title: Banderas [ban]
Source number (date): 51 (1994)

[bck]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [bck86]

[bck86]

Missing info! (5)
Title: Wapens en vlaggen van de nieuwe Friese gemeenten
(in English: Flags and arms of the new Frisian municipalities)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): A. B. Dull tot Backenhagen
Language: Dutch
Source title: De Vrije Fries jaarboek
Source number (date): (1986)

[bcL86]

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Title: The Chosen Few: Biblical Texts in the Regalia of an Ulster Secret Society
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Anthony D. Buckley
Language: English
Source title: Folk Life: A Journal of Ethnological Studies
Source number (date): 24 (1985-1986)
Source pages: 5-24

[bcL98]

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Title: Symbols in Northern Ireland
Medium: book
Main author(s): Anthony D. Buckley
Edition (publisher: place): Institute of Irish Studies, Queen’s University of Belfast: Belfast (United Kingdom)
Language: English
Edition date: 1998
Catalogue codes: ISBN 0-85389-692-5 = ISBN 978-0-85389-692-10
Pages: 198

[bcL99a]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [blc99a]

[bcm00]

Title: Dissertatio historico-critica de labaro
(in English: Historical-critical dissertation about the labarum)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Jacobus Fridericus Borchman
Secondary author(s): Andreas Meyer
Edition (publisher: place): Literis Joh. Jac. Bornheinrich: Hafniae = København (Denmark)
Language: Latin
Edition date: 1700 (1st ed.)
Pages: 18
Format: 180×140 mm

[bcn45]

Missing info! (2)
Title: Fahnen / Flags
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): A. Bruckner
Languages: German (High) and English
Source title: Graphis. Internationale Monatsschrift für freie Graphik, Gebrauchsgraphik und Dekoration
Source number (date): 1 (1945)
Source pages: 122-134
Source edition (publisher: place): Amstutz & Herdeg “Graphis” Press: Zürich (Switzerland)

[bco22]

Missing info! (3)
Title: L’esercito del vecchio Piemonte (1)
(in English: The army of ancient Piemont (1))
Medium: book
Main author(s): Nicola Brancaccio
Edition (publisher: place): Stabilimento poligrafico per l’amministrazione della Guerra: Roma (Italy)
Language: Italian
Edition date: 1922
Pages: 361
Remarks: Second volume: [bco25]. Listed in [brz75] under #11.

[bco25]

Missing info! (3)
Title: L’esercito del vecchio Piemonte (2)
(in English: The army of ancient Piemont (2))
Medium: book
Main author(s): Nicola Brancaccio
Edition (publisher: place): Stabilimento poligrafico per l’amministrazione della Guerra: Roma (Italy)
Language: Italian
Edition date: 1925
Pages: 573
Remarks: First volume: [bco22]. Listed in [brz75] under #11.

[bcq94]

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Title: The Allegorical Image of France, 1750-1800: A Political Crisis of Representation
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Antoine de Baecque
Language: English
Source title: Representations
Source number (date): 47 (1994)
Source pages: 111-143

[bcr01]

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Title: Behind the sound bytes: The new Georgia flag
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): William M. Becker
Language: English
Source title: NAVA News [nav]
Source number (date): 2001 Jul./Dec. (?) (2001.07-12 (?))
Source pages: 25

[bcr78]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [c2b78]

[bcr81]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [c2b81]

[bcs41]

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Title: Das Wappenwesen der Griechen und Römer und anderer alter Völker, ein Vorbild des mittelalterlichen und neuen
(in English: The heraldry of the Greeks and Romans and of other ancient peoples, a model for the medieval and recent)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Christian Samuel Theodor Bernd
Edition (publisher: place): Ed. Weber: Bonn (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1841 (1st ed.)
Pages: 468
Remarks: part of: Die Hauptstücke der Wappenwissenschaft

[bct79]

Title: Zwei neue Landkreiswappen in Niedersachsen
(in English: Two new county coats-of-arms in Lower Saxony)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Alfred Brecht
Language: German (High)
Source title: Neue Heraldische Mitteilungen / Kleeblatt-Jahrbuch [hzk]
Source number (date): 16+17 (1978)
Source pages: 18-70

[bcv05]

Title: Pětset let kazaňského Zilanta
(in English: 500 Years Of The Zilant)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Grigorij Mojsejevič Buškancev
Secondary author(s): J. Martykán (transl. summ.)
Language: Czech
Source title: vexi.info [vei]
Source number (date): 78 R (2005.03-04)
Source pages: 2-5, 1 (summ.)
Remarks: With English abstract. Available on line.

[bcw03]

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Title: You’re Dixie’s football pride: American college football and the resurgence of Southern identity
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Wes Borucki
Language: English
Source title: Identities — Global Studies in Culture and Power
Source number (date): 10.4 (Oct#45;Dec) (2003)
Source pages: 477-494

The end of the American Civil War began a lengthy period of Southern inferiority vis-e-vis the North — a period so lengthy that some Southerners argue that it lasts to this day. Not until Woodrow Wilson’s election in 1913 did the United States have a Southern-born president after the Civil War. Southerners sought novel means to assert some degree of superiority over their Northern neighbors. College football became a primary means of reasserting a Southern sense of identity and superiority. In inter-regional games in the 1920s and 1930s, the martial spirit of college football allowed Southerners to reassert their sense of honor, which had been maligned since defeat in the Civil War. As Bertram Wyatt-Brown (1982) has shown, the concept of honor defined Southern males’ outlook; secession from the Union and civil war occurred when Southerners perceived Abraham Lincoln’s election to the Presidency as the culmination of anti-slavery assaults upon their honor. Such racial definitions of Southern identity became problematic as the civil rights movement gained impetus in the 1950s and 1960s. To remain competitive with teams from other regions, Southern football teams began to recruit black players; The University of Alabama fielded its first black football player in 1971. However, transition from segregation to inclusion has not been easy. Symbols of white Southern pride highlight lingering racial difficulties, as a 1997 controversy over use of the “Rebels” nickname and fans’ waving of the Confederate battle flag at The University of Mississippi illustrates. Controversies like this raise troubling questions about Southern identity, namely “Whose South is it?” and “Can expressions of Southern nationalist feelings possibly escape racial implications?”
edited by Jan Oskar Engene


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