Picture Of Flag Of Henry Every Black Version

Picture Of Flag Of Henry Every Black Version

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Henry Every's Jolly Roger flag.

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Pirate Flags

Article reveals why pirates flags were called Jolly Roger, why pirates used them and some examples of real pirate flags.

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