== == Don't have a name for you, but he would have been a American volunteer pilot, flying for the Royal Air Force. About 80 Americans traveled to Great Britain, long before the USA was involved in WW2, to volunteer their services to fight the Germans. They were tested and some were refused due to their lack of flight discipline, or poor flying skills. The rest were trained to RAF standards and graduated as Pilot Officers, and were then assigned to RAF fighter squadrons. Initially they were spread around the various defense squadrons, but eventually they were brought together and formed into two "Eagle Squadrons" that flew Hurricanes, operating from bases in southern England. During the Battle of Britain, in the summer of 1940, the RAF stood alone against the German air force, as it tried to destroy the RAF, in daily air battles over the English coastal areas. A typical day for a RAF fighter pilot would start at 3:30 am, at first light, and during the day he might fly as many as six patrols finishing at dark at 9pm. Day after day all summer long it went on until by the middle of September the Germans realized that they could not continue to loose so many planes every week and they shifted their plans to bombing the British cities at night. So Yes, an American, flying for the Royal Air Force would have shot down a German air craft, during 1940, long before the USA as officially "in the war".
Britain received approximately 1,200 Hellcats for their Royal Navy, and used them in Europe, the Med, and Asia. British Hellcats destroyed approximately 50 enemy aircraft during aerial combat, some of those were ME109s and FW190s. It was noted that the Hellcat more than held it's own against German aircraft.
The German U-Boat (submarine) hurt alot of American ships coming to and from Europe.
It was a Douglas B-18 that sank the U-654 on 22 August 1942.
None, the war was held in Europe. Though there were rumors of a German Invasion.
German supremacy over Europe.
Europe lay under German domination.
Coast-watchers , radar , anti-aircraft artillery and aircraft as interceptors .
Number 3 in the world and number 1 in Europe.
* World Class Tanks. * Cruise Missles. * Ballistic Missles. * Rocket Aircraft. * Jet Aircraft. * Panzerfaust. All of that advantage, and they still lost the War.
American World War II troops were transported in Europe by planes, ships, and automobiles.
They put an end to German nationalist attempts to conquer Europe.
German invasion of Poland.
German U boats
it was lead by adolf it the German word for aircraft is lufewaffen
A flak cannon is an anti-aircraft gun, the word 'flak' being derived from the German 'Fliegerabwehrkanone', or 'aircraft defence cannon'.
During World War II, Germany suffered substantial losses to its aircraft. An estimated 76,875 German airplanes were destroyed in the fighting.
The Lewis gun was used by German's American's, and the UK:-)
The document relates to German intentions in Europe during World War II because of the discrimination against Jewish people. The Germans were also very keen on controlling the world.
German leader, Adolf Hitler.
German occupation of Europe..................
The German invasion of Poland .
Actually, the American Government entered to protect American commercial ships from attack by German u-boats and because of the Zimmerman Telegram.