Springboks make history against All Blacks
South Africa's Louis Babrow on the attack during a training session in London in 1938 © Getty Images
Regarded as one of the most successful tours in the long history of the Springboks, their trip also included two Test victories over Australia and helped cement the legendary status of the likes of Danie Craven and Boy Louw.
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