Why Did Britain's Failure To Win The German Invasion

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The British made valiant efforts to defend their homeland from German invasion and the battle was mostly fought in the air. The Britain and its allies fought very courageously, as Churchill later said: “Never was so much owed by so many to so few.” A major factor in Germany's inability to win the battle was that they failed to destroy the English fighter command installations and didn’t realize that the British were using radar extensively along with an army of observers that thoroughly communicated German coordinates. Fortunately for Britain, Hugh Dowding had brilliant foresight and as commander in chief of the fighter command pilots of Fighter Command, he planned for the possibility of German invasion after Hitler rose to prominence in
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