Did the allies bomb Italian aircraft on the ground used by both Axis German and Italian air forces in the Battle of Britain?
The Italians were not involved in the Battle of Britain, but rather they were in Africa.
Were italian aircraft and aircrews used by the luftwaffe and regia aeronautica for escort and patrol duty and service in the blitz and battle of britain?
How many aircraft did the Italians lose defending France and the low countries when the raf and her allied air forces counter attacked in the blitz and battle of Britain?
The only aircraft that fought in Battle of Britain were British aircraft in RAF and German aircraft in Luftwaffe. The Italian Air Force was not involved. The only aircraft that fought in Battle of Britain were British aircraft in RAF and German aircraft in Luftwaffe. The Italian Air Force was not involved.
Were Italian and other European axis antiaircraft weapons and air defense crews used more in the low countries rather than France in the battle of Britain and blitz?
How many Italian aircraft were intentionly destroyed by their German and Italian operators and commanders in the battle of Britain?
How many aircraft and pilots did the Italians lose in defending France and the low countries when the allies led by the raf counter attacked in the blitz and battle of Britain?
Were romanian Hungarian Bulgarian axis aircraft used offensively in the battle of Britain and blitz by and for test pilots reconoicense patrol surveillance escort duty in the battle of Britain and bli?
Did the luftwaffe use romanian Hungarian and Bulgarian pilots and aircraft in the blitz and battle of Britain to defend France and the low countries?
Did the luftwaffe use romanian Hungarian and Bulgarian axis aircraft to defend France and the low countries when the raf counter attacked in the battle of Britain and blitz?
This a rather hard question to answer. German civilians were not involved in the Battle of Britain (or at least not directly - they did contribute by manufacturing German aircraft in factories). The Battle of Britain was fought entirely over England itself and was an air battle. It was an attempt by Germany to destroy the RAF by bombing airfields out of existence.
The Battle of Britain was won because; 1. German aircraft were designed to work in tandem with the German army (Blitzkreig) and were second to none in that regard. In the Battle of Britain, the English channel made this operation impossible. 2. The tactics employed by fighter command. Fighting over England. Allied aircraft fighting near their bases allowing extra time in the air. 3. Poor German Intelligence. Uncertain about English losses or aircraft numbers. 4…
Which German aircraft were used by the Italian air force under Italian command in the battle of Britain?
The Battle of Britain was and still is the largest aircraft battle that happened between Britain along with Canada against Germany and Italy. This battle lasted from the 10th of July to the 31st of October 1940. In this battle the German Luftwaffe tried in vain to bomb Britain into submission whilst facing an out numbered Royal Air Force... However the Royal Air Force was a far better fighting force than the Luftwaffe and there…
Britain was the first country to defeat Germany and the Axis powers, Germany lost around 1,900 Aircraft with the british suffering around 900 - 1000 Aircraft lost, Germanies airforce could never recover from this and is the reason why Germany couldent get air superiority when they invaded Russia, the German people no longer had trust in Hitler and his promises and many German generals realised that Germany had already lost the war as if they…
The Battle of Britain, ie the air defence of Britain prior to the planned land invasion of Britain by Germany, was fought in the skies over Southern England during August, September and October 1940. The attacks by the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) were eventually called off because of the high number of aircraft that they had lost in the raids. It is estimated that the Germans lost about 1700 aircraft in the three months of…
Will someone please tell where a website can be found that will tell how many Italian aircraft under German command were destroyed in the battle of Britain?
The Battle of Britain was a pre-cursor to Hitler's plan to invade Britain. Before the invasion could take place, the Royal Air Force planes and airfields had to be destroyed but the Luftwaffe were unable to do this. German aircraft losses were so high that Hitler abandoned his plans for an invasion.
What were the total casualties for both the Germans and the British civilian and military personnel in the Battle of Britain?
Operation Sea Lion was the German plan to invade Britain in the late summer of 1940. Before the invasion could take place, the Luftwaffe had to neutralise the RAF so that they would have air superiority. The German aircraft losses were so high that Hitler decided to abandon his invasion plans and attack Russia instead. This air battle is known as the Battle of Britain.