250 RAF pilots died in the Battle of Britain
RAF=498 and Luftwaffe=690
10 at the most
500 were killed
According to a historical internet site : 15 french pilots participated in the Battle of Britain. Most of them in squadron 245.
56 Pilots saw service in the Battle of Britain, this included 804 and 808 Naval Air Squadrons and Pilots attached to RAF Fighter Command Squadrons, of which 9 lost their lives during the battle.
The Battle of Britain was an air battle and had no use for tanks unless they were used to subdue downed German pilots which would be a bad use for a tank.
Yes, many Czech pilots fought in RAF squadrons in the Battle of Britain and even in one almost completely Czech squadron. There were also Polish, Free French, Canadian, Australian , New Zealand South African and American pilots.Yes, many Czech pilots fought in RAF squadrons in the Battle of Britain and even in one almost completely Czech squadron.
No German civilians died in the Battle of Britain ! -It was an air battle over the skies of southern England.
The Allies won the Battle of Britain. Pilots came from more than just Great Britain; there were Polish pilots, pilots from all over the Empire. There have been many depictions of American pilots (The USA stayed out of the war at this time) either pretending to be Canadian, or just volunteering to help the Allies.
Around 4000 people who fought in the battle of Britain died
During WW2 many German pilots destroyed Spitfires. During Battle of Britain,many pilots were flung straight into battle having only flown 40 hours, often only 10 of those in Spitfires.
2353 British Pilots served574 Pilots From Overseas•544 Total RAF & Allied pilots killed•27,450 Civilians killed•3000 Luftwaffe personnel killed•1547 RAF planes lost (1023Fs 524 Bs)•1887 Luftwaffe planes lost (873Fs 1014Bs))
Casualties in the Battle of Britain were:German Military: 2,500British Military: 544British Civilians: 23,000
The raf.mod.uk website lists 2535 men from Great Britain and 574 from overseas including all forms of aircrew. Around 2350 of these are thought to have been Allied Pilots.
They faced a lack of experienced pilots and replacement aircraft. Many pilots going into action had less than 40 hours flight time.They faced a lack of experienced pilots and replacement aircraft. Many pilots going into action had less than 40 hours flight time.
Probably between two and three thousand. It is difficult to dig out information like this. But there were reported to be 1,103 British pilots on the roster, and some 1,450 German pilots coming after them, with the two sides tearing up the skies over England. You got a link to the Wikipedia article on the Battle of Britain. (That's where the numbers came from. And these are the fighter pilots and fighter aircraft. Bombers of the Luftwaffe are not included.)
RAF pilots and Britain people
About 20,000 American spitfire pilots died in WW2.
In the Battle of Britain, it was all air vs. air. The British RAF against the Nazi's Luftwaffe. In the desperate battle the was the Battle of Britain, hundreds of RAF pilots died defending it, but German losses were much higher. RAF suffered hundreds. The Luftwaffe suffered thousands. That's impressive no matter who you ask.