His teammate, full back George Collin, gave an interview in 1989 and told how Kirby was 'adamant' he wouldn't give the salute.
Ex-Derby director Gilbert Dickenson passed away aged 68 in 1959 and, following the death of his son, Kenneth, aged 86 last January, relatives had to clear the home in Littleover, Derbys.
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Dave Holford, then a 19-year-old defender, recalled: 'Everywhere we went, the swastika was flying.
David Wilson-Turner, head of Hansons' sports memorabilia department, said: 'We expect the 1934 commemorative photo album of Derby County's visit to Germany to be sought after.
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Captain Eddie Hapgood and the rest of the team had been ordered to do it by the Foreign Office under Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's hapless appeasement policy — but Hitler wasn't even present at the friendly game.
The Rams lost 5-0 in Cologne, 5-2 in Frankfurt, 1-0 in Dusseldorf and drew 1-1 in Dortmund.