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Why did Britain win the Battle of Britain?

The Battle of Britain was an air battle that took place over many weeks in the summer of 1940 and was won entirely by the British. In fact, the US did not even enter the war f (MORE)

How are Britain and Great Britain different?

"Britain" is an informal term to describe the UK by foreigners most of the time but it is the same as Great Britain. "Great Britain" properly refers to the political unity bet (MORE)

What part of britain is Great Britain?

Great Britain - is the largest of the islands making up the British Isles. It incorporates the countries of England, Scotland and Wales.
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Who was an ally of Britain in the Battle of Britain?

The Empire remained on Britain's side. Lots of Canadians were involved in the Battle of Britain. Australians and New Zealanders too. There were also quite a lot of pilots from (MORE)

Why Britain won the battle of Britain?

Britain won the Battle of Britain for several different reasons. Firstly, the German pilots probably only had about 30 minutes in the air before they had to return to refuel, (MORE)

Why Britain called Great Britain?

The "Great" refers to the whole of the British Empire, which has a worldwide presence, rather than just Britain or the British Isles. Persons in the British Virgin Islands, Be (MORE)

Why was Britain attacked in battle of Britain?

Britain was attacked by the Axis powers, specifically Germany, during the Battle of Britain. It was an air battle fought mainly over the Southern counties of England. The Germ (MORE)

What did Britain do?

Ever? Here are some of them; - Had an Empire - Developed the English language - Invaded loads of countries like America and Australia so the British people could live there (MORE)

Who is britain?

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK, or Britain)
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What does the countries that Britain control have to do for Britain?

They're aren't exactly under our control as they have their own governments. At the British empire's peak we ruled more than thirty-five separate colonies, of which many have (MORE)