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Q: In the battle out Britain the royal air force saved Britain from?
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In the battle ot Britain the royal air force saved Britain from?

The German Luftwaffe (air force) from controlling the air and being able to provide air cover for a German invasion of England (operation sea lion).


What saved Britain from invasion during the Battle of Britain?

The fighter pilots of the Royal Air Force held back the Nazi bomber blitz. The Hurricane fighters engaged the bombers after the Spitfire interceptors drove off the Messerschmidt fighter escorts.


What group saved Britain from invasion during the battle of Britain?

The fighter pilots of the Royal Air Force held back the Nazi bomber blitz. The Hurricane fighters engaged the bombers after the Spitfire interceptors drove off the Messerschmidt fighter escorts.


What two things saved great Britain from defeat in the battle of Britain?

Radar and the courage of the RAF pilots.


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Britain (and the Soviet Union) NEEDED supplies. Germany was attacking the supply ships (commerce raiding). Getting those supply ships thru to Britain was the Battle of the Atlantic; if the battle was lost, then Britain might not be saved (Russia could more than handle their own).


How many acres were saved in the battle of Vicksburg?

More or less than 11 acres were saved in the battle.


Did the Britain benefit from the bombing of Pearl Harbor?

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Why do people say that the Battle of Thermopylae saved saved democracy for fututre generations?

Because they are ignorant of the reality. The battle of Thermopylai was a holding action to force a sea battle to destroy the Persian fleet. The sea battle failed and the force holding the pass of Thermopylai dispersed. It had no positive success. And none of the Greek states were democracies at that stage, so they could not have saved democracy. It did however stand as a symbol of fighting tenaciously against the odds. It also stood as a symbol of sacrifice for others - the Spartan contingent continued to hold the pass to let the other contingents escape, and were all killed, sacrificing themselves for their allies.


Why did Britain have to fight Hitler?

In the summer and fall of 1940, German and British air forces clashed in the skies over the United Kingdom, locked in the largest sustained bombing campaign to that date. A significant turning point of World War II, the Battle of Britain ended when Germany's Luftwaffe failed to gain air superiority over the Royal Air Force despite months of targeting Britain's air bases, military posts and, ultimately, its civilian population. Britain's decisive victory saved the country from a ground invasion and possible occupation by German forces while proving that air power alone could be used to win a major battle. ***** "Why did Britain have to fight Hitler?" - because Britain and France had a treaty with Poland, that they would come to Poland's aid should Poland ever be invaded by another country. Once Germany invaded Poland, Britain and France had to honour the treaty.


What battle saved Richmond from the capture by the union?

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During which World War 1 battle was Paris saved by Allied forces?

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What is the battle name in which the Spartan rear guard saved Athens by holding of the Persians?

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