What allied countries were involved in the battle of Britain?
How many Italian aircraft did the allies destroy in the air and on the ground during the battle of Britain blitz in France and the low countries?
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.
During World War II, the Battle of the Bulge, which was fought in December 1944 and January 1945, involved mainly American ground-forces opposed by German attackers. British troops were involved in the northernmost section of the battle, while a mixed-nationality force was involved in the air, supply, intelligence, and other elements involved in the battle.
Several of the foreign fighters were from countries that had been over run by the Germans, so any of the military that escaped capture went to Britain to continue the war and reclaim their country. Of the others, they were from countries not involved in the war, but they went to Britain to fight for a cause they believed in.
The US, among other countries not involved with the European war, were spectators to the Battle of Britain, which took place in the fall of 1940. The only special effect the battle had upon the US; was the fact that Britain and the US speak a common language, and the US had at one time been part of the British Empire (Revolutionary War 1776). In effect, it was like watching our relatives involved in a…
The Empire remained on Britain's side. Lots of Canadians were involved in the Battle of Britain. Australians and New Zealanders too. There were also quite a lot of pilots from Nazi occupied countries. Loads of Poles and Czechs. There were even several people from the neutral US and Ireland serving in the RAF. Be that as it may, the British Empire stood alone against the Nazis during the Battle of Britain. It as their "Finest…