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Nazi Germany: Administrative Officials (Civil Servants)

Unread postby Luke2 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 11:20 am

In March 1939 a blue general civil servants uniform was introduced. In October a field-grey version came. Originally the uniform had shoulder straps, but when new regulations were issued in March 1940, the shoulder straps were abolished, and the use of the field-grey uniform severely restricted. Due to shortages during the war, the actual use of this uniform was limited.

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Justizbeamte 1939-gruppe IV-1 (Andrew Mollo)
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1940 regulations - coat
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1940 regulations - cap and cap insignia
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1940 regulations - sash and aiguillette


Stripes on the pant legs
Light Grey = In general
Wine Red = Justice
Post = Orange
Transportation = Light Red

Piping on the lapels
Silver = Prussian Ministry of Finance and the Prussian Ministry of State
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Re: Nazi Germany: Administrative Officials (Civil Servants)

Unread postby 60bill » Fri Apr 10, 2015 12:45 pm

In May 1938 officials of the Foreign Office wore a uniform during Hitler’s visit to Italy.
The Uniform was designed by Brenno Von Arendt, the theatrical artist who had been appointed by Hitler as Reich Stage Designer.
Apparantly five forms of dress were designed to be worn by the Foreign Office deligation for the visit.
Day Uniform, without brocade belt, and aiguillette but with dagger and grey gloves.
Day uniform with brocade belt, dagger and white gloves.
Day uniform with brocade belt, white gloves and aiguillette.
Day uniform with brocade belt, aiguillette, full decorations dagger and white gloves.
Formal evening dress (gala) worn with full decorations, sword, white kid gloves and cloak.
The wearing of the uniform was restricted by order of the Fuhrer, only officials who were members of the diplomatic visit to Italy were allowed to wear it.
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Uniforms & Insignia of the German Foreign Office and Government Ministries 1938-1945 - By Jill Halcomb
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