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Early southern victories during the first part of the war led to a sense of pride and near invincibility amongst southern soldiers and their commanders. In addition, this sense of invincibility spurred on a defiance that many times over, would facilitate victories on the battlefield. This southern soldier raises a clenched fist defiantly while holding the Army of Northern Virginia Battle Flag in his other hand, spurring his comrades on to yet one more southern victory. This particular confederate soldier wears jean cloth trousers, jacket, and classic southern style slouch hat.