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.)
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The Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of France
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Both sides used all aluminum (all metal) mono-planes during the sea battle. Only Great Britain continued to use obsolete WWI style Bi-Planes for it's naval use; until later in the war.
Germany and Britain were on opposite sides during World War II so they didn't send Britain any planes except on bombing missions.
Hermann Goering and Hugh Dowd.
The French and Indian War was France vs. Britain. However both had help. Britain fought alongside the colonists and France fought alongside the Indians.
The battle of Perryville, fought October 8, 1862 was the bloodiest battle fought in Kentucky during the US Civil War. There were over 7000 men killed, wounded or missing from both sides. It was fought during the Confederate Overland Campaign of 1862.
The battle of hastings, took place when both sides had a meal and then they fought. In the end William of Normandy won
World War 1 was fought in many different ways. one of them is called trench warfare where the soldiers would dig miles of trenches and they would stay in them and fight. the trenches were also surrounded by barbed wire. New weapons used was the tank, which was introduced by Great Britain and the machine gun which was introduced by the German's. both sides also used planes. they would use planes to spy on the other sides location and to drop bombs on people and they had guns on the planes to shoot at other planes. when two planes fight in the air that's called a dog fight. the British had excellent battleships and the German's had excellent submarines called U-Boats. hope this helped!!
A small force from Greek city-states led by Spartan King Leonidas fought the Persians .
No. The majority of soldiers from the two opposing sides were both the same race. In fact, members of some families fought on both sides.