The British Airforce was called the RAF (Royal Air Force) and still is now.
The british Air hore
it was called the erhanous, a latin word for power.
Royal Air Force (RAF)
General Douglas Haig was in charge of the British force on the Somme in World War I.
Royal Air Force (RAF).
Douglas Haig was a British soldier, a British Field Marshal, and a British Commander of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in world war 1.
They were basically the british army, the were establishe
The british air force is known as the RAF; royal air force. The Deutsche Luftwaffe or Luftwaffe (German: "Air Arm", IPA: ['luftvafə]) is the commonly used term for the German air force.The Royal Air Force. They are still called this today.
The RAF, Royal Air Force
British Expeditionary Force
Royal Air Force and Winston Churchill.
British Expeditionary Force.
For the first time in history, a foreign power had occupied Japan. This happened at the end of World War II. This foreign power was called the "Allied Powers" or the "Allies of World War II". They were a U.S. force, combined with the "British Commonwealth Occupation Force".
In World War I the British called the Germans Jerry/Jerries although it was more commonly used in world war II.
The German Air Force was called the Luftwaffe.
Dunkirk was a evacuation for the British Expedition Force from the Germans close to the beginning of World War 2
I'm presuming that you're asking after the British/English air force - they were called the RAF (Royal Air Force) and primarily flew Spitfires and Hurricanes.
The Royal Air Force had numerous targets all through that long war.
In World War I the German Airforce was called the Luftstreitkrafte. In World War II the German Airforce was called the Luftwaffe.
there were 100,000 RAF (royal air force) pilots in the World War II and 90,000 died in the war