World War 2
Britain in WW2
Battle of Britain
Why was the Battle of Britain so significant?
Unless the Germans had absolute air superiority there was no way
they could attempt the invasion of Britain. The Battle of Britain
denied them this, therefore Britain remained in the war, eventually
leading to victory in Europe.
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Why was Nelson's victory at the battle of trafalgar so significant?
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Why was the Battle of Britain historically significant?
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What was the battle of Great Britain significance?
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What was the impact of the battle of Great Britain?
Germany could not (or would not) invade Great Britain. Edit: The Battle of Britain was the battle fought in the sky over Britain between the British and German airforce in 1940. Britain had superior technology such as the radar, and were far superior in general so defeated Germany. This was one of the most significant battles in WW2 as it was the first time that Germany were defeated and it was the point when Hitlers plan started to fail. At that time, America had refused to join the war (They eventually joined over a year later, and only because Germany announced war on them) so Britain had to fight without their help. If Germany had won, Hitler may have taken over Britain and as Britain were one of the main allies in this war, the war may have ended up VERY differently. So this Battle had a very significant impact.
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Which is more significant- battle of Britain or d-day?
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What three battles were significant turning pionts in World War 2?
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What happened in the Battle of Britain?
The Battle of Britain was the air battle in 1940 between Nazi Germany and Britain, in which Germany was hoping to knock out the (British) Royal Air Force so that Nazi Germany could invade Britain by sea. The RAF and Britain in general succeeded in not being knocked out, so Hitler turned his attention eastwards.