What impact did the battle of england have on the course of World War II?

Having begun the Battle of Britain in August 1940, Germany sought to suppress military aviation and the system of coastal fortifications of England with lightning speed, in order to subsequently land troops on the islands.

The battle was lost by the Germans, they never achieved air superiority. England in the future could provide assistance to the Soviet troops, making air raids on Germany.

At sea, the Germans also lost their strategic initiative after the death of the Bismarck. Nazi submarines could not turn the tide of the war at sea.

In 1944, the Germans wanted to continue the battle for England using the FAA, but the project was never completed.

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