THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN. JULY – OCTOBER, 1940. WE SHALL GO ON TO THE END. WE SHALL FIGHT IN FRANCE. WE SHALL FIGHT ON THE SEAS AND OCEANS. WE SHALL FIGHT WITH GROWING CONFIDENCE AND GROWING STRENGTH IN THE AIR, WE SHALL DEFEND OUR ISLAND, WHATEVER THE COST MAY BE.
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JULY – OCTOBER, 1940
WE SHALL FIGHT ON THE SEAS AND OCEANS.
WE SHALL FIGHT WITH GROWING CONFIDENCE AND GROWING STRENGTH IN THE AIR,
WE SHALL DEFEND OUR ISLAND, WHATEVER THE COST MAY BE.
WE SHALL FIGHT ON THE BEACHES,
WE SHALL FIGHT ON THE LANDING GROUNDS,
WE SHALL FIGHT IN THE FIELDS AND IN THE STREETS.
WE SHALL FIGHT IN THE HILLS.
WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER.
SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL,
JUNE 4, 1940
“THE ‘Battle of France’ IS OVER. I EXPECT THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN IS ABOUT TO BEGIN.”
HERMANN GOERING SIR HUGH DOWDING SIR KEITH PARK Commanding Officer Commanding Officer Executive Officer German Luftwaffe Fighter Command Fighter Command Royal Air Force Royal Air Force
ADOLPH GALLAND, LUFTWAFE “SAILOR” MALLAN, R.A.F. 58 KILLS 27 KILLS, 7 SHARED, 3 PROBABLES, 16 DAMAGED
“NEVER IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN CONFLICT WAS SO MUCH OWED BY SO MANY TO SO FEW.”