Should the RAF be credited with victory against the Germans at the Battle of Britain or was the Royal Navy in fact the stronger force behind the success? Military Times looks into the role of the Navy.
A speech made by Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 20, 1940, including the famous line “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few”.
Test your Battle of Britain knowledge – did you believe any of these enduring myths?
2,927 men flew combat missions during the Battle of Britain. Churchill would name them ‘the Few’. Of these men 188 would earn the title of Ace for gaining five or more confirmed kills during the battle. Two pilots achieved the remarkable feat of gaining ace status in a single day. The top five Aces from […]
The Women’s Auxillary Air Force demonstrated Incredible strength and bravery and proved absolutely vital to British victory in the Battle of Britain.
Ten simple rules that fighter pilots should know.
The unique skills and command of Adolph ‘Sailor’ Malan resulted in No.74 Squadron’s numerous victories during the Battle of Britain. What were the secrets to this success and how has his legacy stood the test of time?
A few things you may not know about Britain’s most iconic military aircraft
From the day the order to attack the RAF was given, to the British victories of September and October 1940: follow the events of the Battle of Britain.
Liar and self-promoting charlatan? Or military genius and romantic revolutionary? Dr. Neil Falkner explores T E Lawrence’s relevance to contemporary warfare.