Second Battle of Britain
War World War III
Previous Escape from Dunkirk
Concurrent {{{concurrent}}}
Next Battle of Brighton
Date {{{date}}}
Place United Kingdom
Result {{{result}}}
SovietLogoThumbSoviet Union AlliedLogoThumbAllied Nations
{{{commanders1}}} • Air Marshal Giles Price II.
{{{strength1}}} • Royal Air Force
• 432 P-55 Hawker Jumpjets
• 358 F-11 Apollo Fighters
• 372 A-55D Hawker Spectres
• 238 GIC-F Cutlass Ramjets

• United States Air Force

• 48 P-55 Hawker Jumpjets
• 125 F-11 Apollo Fighters
• 72 GIC-F Cutlass Ramjets

• German, French, and Polish Air Forces

• 186 P-55 Hawker Jumpjets
• 207 F-11 Apollo Fighters
• 192 A-55D Hawker Spectres

• Scandinavian Air Forces

• 37 P-55 Hawker Jumpjets
• 23 F-11 Apollo Fighters
• 30 A-55D Hawker Spectres
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Civilian casualties

Background Edit

For two years straight, the invasion of Europe had been a complete success for the Soviet Union. Allied forces have been forced off the mainland and the Hammer and Sickle now flew from Moscow to Madrid. Yet even as the Red Army secured its hold on the mainland the eyes of Soviet high command were already fixed on their next target; the British Isles.

The fall of Britain would evict the allies from Europe and leave only the Atlantic to stand between North America and the Red Army. Yet even Soviet high command realized its unbroken string of victories could not last forever. Realizing the need to take the Isles before the Allies could fortify the beaches along the English coast the Soviet military immediately began invasion preparations.

In order to actually conduct an invasion, the Red Airforce would first have to secure air superiority over the Isles and would have to the defeat the regrouping allied airforces who had retreated to the United Kingdom. Much like their predecessors had almost 20 years prior the airmen of the Allied Nations would once again take to the skies of Southern England to save Europe from the Iron grips of Tyranny.

Force Composition Edit