The Battle of Britain was an attack by the German Air Force on London. This was a special battle, for “This would be the first all-air battle in history,”notes Cowley and Parker. “About every to minutes a new wave of planes would be over.Into the dark shadowed spaces below us, while we watched, whole batches of incendiary bombs fell,” disused Pyle. He was explaining the way the Germans attacked his homeland. Not to mention,there had to be a victor.
Great Britain won the first all-air battle ever.
“A significant turning point of World War II, the Battle, of Britain ended when Germany’s Luftwaffe failed to gain air superiority over the Royal …show more content…
This contrasts the despicable action with the magnificence of the sight caused by a single scene while explaining the importance of the devastation it caused. Similarly, the Battle had many lasting effects on both sides.
While most people only think of the British when they think of the problems it caused, for the attack was on them; the Germans suffered many casualties and losses. Both sides were ravaged by this campaign. It caused the British infrastructure damage, military dismay,and civilian losses; and it cost the Germans nearly 100 aircraft and 2,500 aircrew(“RAF- Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary”).The depletion of Germany’s military force was what caused their negative disposition in later Battles , so it ultimately lost them the war.
The Battle of London shifted the outcome of the War, because of the defiance of the British RAF to overcome the attack on their