- Nazi emblems: while obviously the swastika would have no place on ATL imperial uniform, WW2-era regalia is nonetheless a continuation of german military heritage so that, at least in some case, uniforms and badges from OTL could be plausibly adopted ATL with only some minor changes. example below, ww2 general combat badge OTL and ATLHere's my take on what the uniforms of a WW2-era Imperial Germany that survived WW1 may look like (originally developed for LAISOT/Convergence, and posted onto r/Kaiserreich for a thread about the same). Critique is welcome:
- Gorget patch: another thing to take into consideration was the fact that modern warfare tend to dislike large patch of bright colours while on the battlefield so, at least for lower ranking troops, you might get the shape of the patch in a subdued colours only.
- Cap Insignia: while they more than likely would not adopt regimental cap badge, they might switch from 2 cockades to a single stamped metal badge in the shape of their politie's COA (since all men would wear the same german pattern uniform) or another option would be to keep the subnational cockade but under a metal imperial eagle or a single pattern branch emblem (army, air force, navy, etc....).
Just for you interest, here was my take on a non-nazi ww2 german uniform standards in the Ill Bethisad timeline: