What were the advatages for British fighting the battle of Britain?
As much as having radar was the use it was put to - it was integrated into a reporting system so that fighters could be directed where required.
Another advantage was that it was fought over Britain itself - any shot British pilots were already home, any shot down Germans were captured.
German aircraft were at the maximum extent of their range (especially the fighters) and had limited time before needing to turn back, British aircraft were mostly operating within mere tens of miles of their home bases.
After the Battle of Saratoga, in which the Patriots won and beat the British, many countries made official alliances with Britain. Before that battle, European countries were secretly supporting the Thirteen Colonies. After it, enemies of Britain such as France, Spain, and the Netherlands made alliances with the Thirteen Colonies and against the British. The Battle of Saratoga was a battle that was known as 'the turning point of the war', because at this point…
How many aircraft and pilots did the Italians lose in defending France and the low countries when the allies led by the raf counter attacked in the blitz and battle of Britain?
Were italian aircraft and aircrews used by the luftwaffe and regia aeronautica for escort and patrol duty and service in the blitz and battle of britain?
Were romanian Hungarian Bulgarian axis aircraft used offensively in the battle of Britain and blitz by and for test pilots reconoicense patrol surveillance escort duty in the battle of Britain and bli?
Did the luftwaffe use romanian Hungarian and Bulgarian pilots and aircraft in the blitz and battle of Britain to defend France and the low countries?
Did the luftwaffe use romanian Hungarian and Bulgarian axis aircraft to defend France and the low countries when the raf counter attacked in the battle of Britain and blitz?
A great deal. The French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte had invaded and taken over most of the countries in Europe and Britain was fighting for survival. For years the British had been fearful that Napoleon was going to invade and the battle of Trafalgar was the point at which Napoleon's naval power was utterly destroyed by the British navy. This meant that Napoleon could no longer threaten Britain with invasion by sea - which as Britain…
The Battle of Britain was fought between Britain and Germany. It was an aerial battle fought by the British RAF and the German Luftwaffe. Though out-planed, out-trained, and out- numbered, the RAF managed to win the Battle of Britain using radar and planes that were faster and had maneuverable than the Luftwaffe.
Were Italian and other European axis antiaircraft weapons and air defense crews used more in the low countries rather than France in the battle of Britain and blitz?
From June to August Britain was fighting "Pontiac's War". This ended with the Battle of Bushy Run when British forces under Henry Bouquet defeated Chief Pontiac's Indians. In general America was a British colony that required protection from the indigenous peoples and the French to the north and the Spanish to the south.