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Which of these is the primary cause of the failure of Britain and southern strategy?
He won the election, sweeping the South.
Basically there was an argument over this between Keith Park & Trafford Leigh-Mallory. By and large the Spitfire squadrons defended against the escorting Messerschitt 109s whi…le the Hurricanes were used to attack the bomber streams, and they, the Hurricanes, were a very good gun platform. The 109s had limited time in the air over Britain, but generally they could outclimb anything, the Spitfires had a better turn, which was important in the dogfight. As for the strategy, did the fighters attack over the coast or over the target areas ? If thay were scrambled too early would they have time over the target to defend it best, or do you wait for them to arrive before committing the defenders ? This was eventually resolved by what was called the Big Wing, groups of Squadrons operating together & intercepting en masse. By this time Dowding had been discarded by the RAF, but he was instrumental in preparing for the defence of Britain. The turret mounted Boulton-Paul defiant was not successful in its role of attacking the German bombers. As a by word Douglas Bader preferred the Spitfire Va to the Vb because it was armed with machine guns rather than cannon, it appears from recent research that he was finally shot down over France by friendly fire ! And if I remember rightly it was Leigh-Mallory who favoured the Big Wing, something that Bader advocated in support of. The fact remains that had the Germans not diverted their attentions from the sector airfields in the South of England and attacked the cities by night, the Blitz, they were really winning the battle in the air, but the attrition was too great to be maintained. The key strategy for the Germans was to gain air superiority over the English Channel, so that when the Royal Navy tried to prevent an seaborne invaison the Luftwaffe would be able to attack the British home fleet. Initially the germans tried to draw the RAF out into the channel by raiding the costal ports Then attacking the British airfields with bombers the Luftwaffe were able to drag the RAF into a battle of attrition as they could not afford to lose their fighter bases and their workshops. When Hitler ordered the atttacks on London it is now bwlieved that he thought that Fighter Command were no longer an effective fighting force owing to the large number of reported kills by the Luftwaffe. By switching his attacks to London he was initiating his invasion plan. 2 weeks of ariel bombardment to reduce the British Morale before the tide was right to send in his troops. However when it bcame clear that the RAF was nothing like a spent force he was forced to abandon his land attack and continue the Blitz indefinately as a face saving exercise.
George Calvert, John Oglethorpe, and John smith.
seize the Hudson river Valley- cut off new England from other states.
Nixon's Southern Strategy involved a plan by the Republican Party to attain political support for candidates in the South. They used the matter of segregation, Southern re…ligious values and gun control to win votes for the party.
The South's main strategy was simply to prevent the North from gaining territory for long enough that the northern people would decide the war. could not be won, or at lea…st would not be worth the cost of winning so that Lincoln would be forced, politically, to stop the fighting and grant Southern independence. The South also depended on European countries to help them because they gave them cotton.
The South's strategy during the Civil War was to get Great Britian's support. >The South's strategy was to use the great military leaders and commanders they had in order to… defeat the North. With the North having multiple advantages, the South used their strongest factor: military training.
Sony introduced Betamax in competition with VHS, developed by JVC and others. Technically, Betamax beat VHS with better quality images. The primary reason for VHS w…inning the war was marketing. VHS as a format was adopted by more manufacturers than Betamax (I think that only Sanyo produced Betamax players other than Sony themselves). VHS was also the format chosen by consumers. VHS was a slightly lower cost than Betamax. Pre-recorded material was not common at the time, so consumers were free to select hardware without too much regard for the format used by pre-recorded tapes. Additionally, most pre-recorded material could be bought on VHS and Betamax tapes. It is interesting to note that Betamax faired much better in the US than Europe. European markets selected VHS in a fairly short period but Betamax in the US remained popular for a number of years before it finally lost to VHS. The battle fought over the formats was for consumer hardware purchases rather than content. Pre-recorded material played a much smaller role than with the high definition DVD war we have seen recently. The DVD battle has taken place far more with the content producers, persuading the big players such as Time Warner, Universal and the like to adopt one format over the others. Sony were not completely defeated in the battle. Betamax was the basis for Betacam, a professional tape format. Betacam has become the international standard for broadcasters and is used in studios and portable news equipment around the globe. Betamax fans can take a little comfort in knowing that every time they watch the news on TV, it's coming from a modified Betamax tape.
Their strategy was going to be a Blitzkrieg, much like with Poland and France. They hoped to get their soldiers across the Channel from France and quickly seize control of Lon…don forcing Britain to capitulate. However this plan wouldn't have worked since the Germans lacked air superiority after the Battle of Britain, and couldn't gain naval supremacy in the channel due to a lack of above-water vessels. This would mean that their soldiers would either get strafed by the RAF or blown up by the Royal Navy before they got anywhere near the coast.
There are main elements which leads to failure in examination like 1. Time management 2. Poor preparation 3. Over Confidence 4. And lack of concentration.
patriot alliances with Native Americans
Because the British had just invented radar. so they could spot German planes. A Little More Information Until the Battle of Britain, Germany had enjoyed an unbroken stri…ng of military successes. Czechoslovakia, the Rhineland, Austria, Poland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, on and on. At the end of 1940, Hitler controlled all of western Europe, excepting neutral states like Spain, Portugal and Switzerland. But Hitler knew that the British were still a threat. He wanted to neutralize England as a combatant before he set out on his ultimate quest -- land in the east, meaning the Soviet Union. He believed -- correctly -- that Germany could not successfully wage full-scale war on two fronts. What became known as the Battle of Britain was his opening gambit in an attempt to neutralize England as a threat, and thereby secure his western flank. Once the RAF was eliminated in the opening Luftwaffe assault, Operation Sea Lion was Hitler's design for the cross-channel invasion of the British Isles. The Battle of Britain was a failure for Germany -- the first -- because the Luftwaffe was unable to gain control of the skies over England and thereby enable the cross-channel invasion. This short-term failure led inevitably to long-term disaster when the British Isles became the staging ground, first for the aerial bombardment of Germany, and then for the invasion of western Europe at Normandy in June, 1944.
During the American Revolution, the British "southern strategy" was devised as an alternative to their failed campaigns in central and northern America during the wars fir…st three years. From 1778-1781, the British focused their efforts on occupying the more loyalist-tending southern American colonies and doing damage to the patriot cause from their. This strategy failed, with its dramatic conclusion coming at Yorktown in 1781 with a decisive patriot victory.