Closer Look | Nazi Germany 1938 World Cup Kit

Sunday, 10 March 2019
A picture showing off Germany a the 1938 kit World Cup has led us to take a closer look at the jersey worn at the tournament. In that time, between 1933 and the end of World War II in 1945, Germany was controlled through a dictatorship by Adolf Hitler, most commonly known as Nazi Germany.

Nazi Germany 1938 World Cup Home Jersey

The Germany 1938 World Cup kit combines the German's national team traditional white and black colors with a red string collar because of the colors of the Nazis.

The crest of the Germany 1938 World Cup shirt is also not the usual DFB crest but a special version created by the Nazi Regime. It comes with a swastika, the symbol of the Nazis on the eagle and features the colors of the Nazi Regime - black, red and white.

Black shorts and black socks with white on the top completed the Nazi Germany 1938 World Cup jersey.

Against all expectations, Switzerland knocked Germany out of the 1938 World Cup in a thrilling match that they won 4-2 after being 2-0 down.

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