- Join over 1.2 million students every month
- Accelerate your learning by 29%
- Unlimited access for just £4.99 per month
The battle of britain and the battle of the atlantic project.
- Essay length: 2397 words
- Submitted: 22/05/2012
The first 200 words of this essay...
The Battle of Britain and The Battle of Atlantic
Te battle of britain remains one of the most famous battle in World War 2, it was a series of air attacks attempted by germany so they could launch seabourne attacks against england. But by the end of the campaign the German air forced was totally destroyed.
it was a huge turning point because it meant that germany could not invade england with any hopes of sucess until it rebuilt its airforce-which never ended up happening.
the battle of atlantic was about Britain needing to import food,raw materials,weapons, troops from the Dominions,colonies,and Allies.Supplies,weapons,troops had to be sent out from Britain to different fronts around the world.
All these things had to be sent/received by sea, and the Battle of the Atlantic was the attempt by Germany to close off the main supply route to and from Britain - the troops, raw materials,weapons from Canada and USA, food and raw materials from South America - which was across the Atlantic Ocean.
This was the most important battle of the war; if the Allies had lost, Britain would have been starved into surrender.
Found what you're looking for?
- Start learning 29% faster today
- Over 150,000 essays available
- Just £4.99 a month
Not the one? We have 100's more
History Projects (view all)
- A Guide to Standard Grade History: Essay Writing
- oliver cromell- hero or villain?
- How and why did castles change over time?
- Did England become Protestant in the sixteenth century?
- Medicine Through Time Timeline
- Anne Frank Factfile
- St.David's effect on Christianity in Wales
- Henry Tudor. How did a Welshman become King of England?
- Describe and explain the foundation of the National Health S...
- Evaluate the role of William Wilberforce in his campaign to ...
""Natalie. Criminology, Politics, Psychology and Economics. University Student.
""Sabreena, England. A Level Student. Biology and Chemistry.