Why Did Britain win the battle of Britain?

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History

 

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Warren M

 

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July 27, 2013

 

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University

 

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The only thing that prevented German forces crossing the channel was the RAF's dominance of the skies above Britain and so Hitler ordered the Luftwaffe to engage, and so began a series of aerial engagements above British countryside between the months of June and October 1940. After months of intense dogfights, the RAF emerged victorious and operation Sea Lion was postponed indefinitely...
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There are many subtle advantages that the RAF held over the Luftwaffe, despite being outnumbered more than two to one, the first of which being superior equipment. The spitfire and hurricane planes were faster and more agile than their German counterparts. This meant that RAF pilots could navigate the battle field more easily and shoot down more of the enemy...
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