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we are experimenting New Missions, on Cliff of Dover where we have the accurate historical environment of Battle of Britain 1940
If you like next wednesday 30 September will be the 2nd test.
I would like you and your Guys fly with us.
Hereinafter the details
___ BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940
another Wings of Italy production
then Gentlemen, Every Wednesday, Test Missions Battle of Britain 1940 - CLoD July 1940 " The Clash begins". The historical air battles which started the Battle of Britain.
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Missions are organized on Wednesday - h 21.15 .
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This is the REAL First Mission of Battle of Britain on 1940
July 10th 1940 10:30hrs PHASE 1 OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN From July 10th to August 7th 1940 ATTACKS ON THE CHANNEL CONVOYS
The bulk of attacks were in the south where the Luftwaffe went on probing attacks on British shipping in the English Channel and in the outer Thames Estuary. Smaller raids, and a number of German reconnaissance aircraft were spotted along the east coast while other nuisance raids took place in the north.
Most of these attacks in the Channel were on the merchant convoys conveying much needed coal, raw materials, machinery and foodstuffs to Britain. By sinking these merchant ships Germany would deny the British people of the various commodities required just for their sheer existence.
But at the same time, by attacking these channel convoys, it was hoped that it would draw out the British fighters from their bases.
This way the Luftwaffe could analyze the strength of the RAF, determine the speed and efficiency that the RAF could deploy its squadrons, in other words, Germany was testing the efficiency and strength of the Royal Air Force and it was hoped that the Luftwaffe would destroy the RAF in the air.
Spasmodic bombing raids continued throughout this first phase on such places as Portsmouth, Falmouth, Swansea, Newcastle and Merseyside, but these raids were not consistent like the channel convoy raids.