How many Germans died in the Battle of Britain?
there were many who died. there were so many that many of the people in time that had tried to count have lost track. there was about 2800 people that died. that was what many people have come to.
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.
Answer Of the roughly 300,000 German troops at Stalingrad 50,000 were brushed aside during the Soviet encirclement of Stalingrad. Another 30,000 were evacuated by the Luftwaffe at the few airfields the Germans still held. When the Germans finally capitulated approximately 90,000 were taken prisoner, therefore around 130,000 Germans were killed at Stalingrad.
There was a Battle of Britain because Hitler had decreed preparations for an invasion of Britain and the first step was to eliminate British defensive air power. Bombing and strafing of eastern English airfields was the Luftwaffe's first tactic, in an effort to destroy the RAF's fighters and bases. The RAF quickly made decisions to deploy to many smaller grass airfields, to shorten pilot training and to bring more fighters into service quickly. All of…
How many Italian aircraft were intentionly destroyed by their German and Italian operators and commanders in the battle of Britain?
Well the Germans took over Europe without any hassel apart from when they got to Dunkirk. Then came the Battle of Britain and against the Americans was D-Day. The Russians stopped them at Stalingrad. DUNKIRK: Wasn't an official battle, just some English and french troops escaping from the beach. Many would say that the Germans lost as they failed their primary target to stop the escapees. BATTLE OF BRITAIN: The first major battle the Germans…