Hitler did not 'conquer England'.
Hitler never ruled England, he was a German not an Englishman.
Hitler did not invade England during WW2. No one invaded England during WW2.
In the Battle of Britain, Hitler and the Luftwaffe particularly targeted RAF fighter Command with the intent of destroying Britain's fighter defences.
Hitler targeted many people, but his main target was the Jewish people.
Adolf Hitler had never visited Britain
The US never fought with Hitler
The Jews were the target of Hitler's hate campaign.
Hitler wanted peace. a piece of France, a piece of Poland, and a piece of England.
because he had to, he had to target everyone or he would not get elected.
Adolf Hitler tried to bomb England into surrendering with a lightning war.
France and England were his goals.
yes he did loundon
France surrendered to him, England resisted. Eventually Hitler's military was defeated and it is assumed that he killed himself when he realized that his attempt to rule all of Europe had failed.
"You seriously need to check your history. England (Britain in fact, not just England) NEVER gave in to Hitler." Actually, I think the problem here is the way the person worded the question. It is indeed correct to say England did not "give in" (as in surrender), but many people felt that Neville Chamberlain, whose policy as prime minister was to appease Hitler, gave in to him. Chamberlain truly believed that he could bargain with Hitler and that Hitler would compromise. Hitler, of course, had NO intention to compromise, and when Chamberlain came back home to England claiming he had basically prevented a war, and that there would be "peace in our time," he found out all too soon that Hitler had no intention of compromising, nor did he want peace. Chamberlain's serious mistake was trying to appease Hitler, and as I said, many people saw that as "giving in" to him.