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Battle of Britain in 1940
This paper analyzes the British-German battle, the "Battle of Britain" in 1940: Causes, strategies, German mistakes, Operation Sea-Lion, outcome and impact on WWII.
# 18899 | 2,250 words | 6 sources | 1991 | US
Published on Feb 25, 2003 in History (European - World Wars)

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"The Battle of Britain, which took place over a few weeks in the summer of 1940, is the most famous episode in the history of air warfare. It inspired Winston Churchill, the century's most quotable statesman, to make his most-quoted remark, of the British fighter pilots in the battle, that "never before in the annals of warfare did so many owe so much to so few." It was a fundamental turning point in the course of the Second World War--the first serious check suffered by the hitherto-triumphant Nazi German war machine, and which ultimately led to the two-front war that all German strategists, including Hitler himself, desperately wanted to avoid.
Why was the Battle of Britain fought, and why did it come out the way it did? To understand the strategic meaning of the Battle of Britain, it must be viewed in the context of the most ... "

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