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The British Royal Air Force (RAF) was upsetting Hitlers plans by steadfastly fighting back and refusing to be destroyed.

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He attempted to destroy the Royal Air Force as a precursor to an invasion of the UK. His losses were so high that he abandoned his invasion plans (Operation Sealion).

Because it was about the Germans trying to destroy the Royal Air Force. -The RAF fought back and won.Because it was about the Germans trying to destroy the Royal Air Force. -The RAF fought back and won.

Hitler changed the target of the Luftwaffe from Royal Air Force bases to London. This allowed the Royal Air Force to recover from the earlier bombings and decreased the amount of equipment lost in the bombings.

Because they were a threat to his proposed invasion in 1940

Hitler (Germany) wanted to invade the UK and couldn't do it without first having air superiority: therefore the Luftwaffe was tasked to destroy the RAF. (Although, even if the RAF had been destroyed it's dubious that any invasion fleet would have been able to reach England in any force due to the Royal Navy - at that time an overwhelmingly stronger force than the Kriegsmarine).

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They didn't. They intended to, but the invasion was called off when the the German Air Force failed to destroy the Royal Air Force in the Battle of Britain.

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He would've more than likely invaded and the probabilties are i'd now be speaking in German

The German Air Force's (Luftwaffe) inability to defeat the Royal Air Force (RAF).

In November 1939, Roald Dahl joined the Royal Air Force. He wanted to help save his country, and wanted Wales to be safe as well.

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