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The Battle of Britain

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Transcript of The Battle of Britain

Phase I & II
The Effect on Society
Phase III - The Blitz
Culture and Currency
All
culture
would have vanished
and it would have been an
all German world
The Battle of Britain
Hitler's goal of
"Operation Sea Lion"
to bomb England's harbours commenced on
July 10, 1940.
The Battle of Britain
The Effect on Canada
Canada would have lost
the battle against Hitler.
The German
Luftwaffes
started attacking British
Channel convoys and ports
Jessica Freimuth
Aya Najim
Elizabeth Tauber
What is the
significance
of
Hitler losing
the Battle of Britain?
The Luftwaffes tried to
destroy the RAF
but it was a
failure
, so they started
attacking british cities.
The Beginning of the Battle
What is the significance of Hitler losing the Battle of Britain?
Hitler's loss
gave the allied
forces
some time to regain the
strength to fight
Germany.
Hitler would have
taken over Europe
first.
Hitler would have gone after
America
and
Canada
next.
This loss also provided the
right
time for America
to
join
the war
which gave the Allies a
huge advantage.
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"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." - Winston Churchill
If
Hitler hadn't lost
the battle
the world
would be in the
hands of a
dictator
today.
Canada would lose democracy
and be under dictatorship .
Canada would not have any diversity
in it's culture due to the racism of
the NAZI party.
All
Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, Homosexuals, Communists, and Serbs
would have been tortured and killed.
It would have been a complete "
Aryan
" world.
The
first
phase
occurred on
September 7, The
Channel Battles
,and continued on
for an entire month.
The second was on
September 15,
and this was was known as
The Eagle Attack.
There would have been
no genetic diversity.
There were
four phases
in
Hilter's attack against Britain.

Phase IV - The End of The Battle
The
currency
would have been
the same around the world,
it would have been the
German Reichsmark
The
language
spoken
worldwide would have
been
German, not English
The Effect on the Allied Powers
By the
end of October
the Battle of Britain was
officially over
and on the
twelfth
Hitler
called off Operation Sea Lion
.
The
Luftwaffe mistakenly

dropped a
bomb
on London.
The Blitz
began
on
September 7th
and lasted for
57
nights.
September 15
was the
high point, and is now
the Battle of Britain Day.
Royal Air Force (
RAF
) had a victory with how they
prevented the destruction
of their
air defenses
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