The Battle of Britain RAF Airfield Ground Attacks

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This book provides an overview of how Britain prepared for a possible invasion after the defeat and retreat from Dunkirk in June 1940. It includes details about various plans, such as the Chain Home Radar and the Dowding air defense system, as well as information about the squadrons used to protect the country and the challenges faced by citizens. The book also covers German intelligence operations, including the names of agents and orders given by Adolf Hitler.

Product Code: 11555

In this book there is a synopsis of Britain’s preparations for a likely invasion following the defeat and evacuation at Dunkirk in June 1940. You’ll find a write up on the plans, the Chain Home Radar, the Dowding system of air defences, the squadrons we had to defend ourselves with, and what our countrymen had to endure. Mention is made of the German Intelligence operations, the names of the agents and the plans and directives that were ordered by Adolph Hitler.

The chapters document all the main air attacks on the airfields, a write up on Coastal Command and the RAF structure, the main medals won with a write up, and a lot of information and photographs from the National Archives. I attempt to supplement the history of the Battle of Britain Air attacks.


Format - Paperback

130 pages

Language - English.

Product Code: 11555
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