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The failure of Germany to achieve its objectives of destroying Britain's air defences, or forcing Britain to negotiate anarmistice or an outright surrender, is considered its first major defeat and a crucial turning point in World War II.[19] By preventing Germany from gaining air superiority, the battle ended the threat that Adolf Hitler would launch Operation Sea Lion, a proposed amphibious and airborne invasion of Britain.

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