This particular flag went before the U.S. Minutemen in our first battles of our Revolution, fought for independance and freedom...
It flew above the battlefield on Concord Bridge on April 19, 1775 when American soldiers first defeated the British army regulars. The writing on it reads “Vince aut Moirire”, meaning “vanquish or die”.
At the present time, when we Europeans are faced with a threat which not only engangers our individual nations, but the survival of what is left of our people, this flag now serves as a clarion call.
Time to think about Odinia first.