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Published on Aug 14, 2007
English and German pilots comment on the aircraft, tactics, advantages and disadvantages they had during the air battle in 1940. (Editing Notes: Where Galland mentions the "thousand sorties" flown by German pilots versus the 80 or 100 flown by English pilots this is in reference to the entire war; it is not specific to the Battle of Britain. Also in this clip the entry of the Fw 190 into combat is included as a later technical development of the air war. The 190 was of course, not in service until after the "Battle of Britain" had ended.)