This gripping NO PREP primary source reading passage will help your students discover the intensity of air battles during World War II.
"When he was square across the sight I pressed the gun button. I saw my first burst go in and, just as I was on top of him and turning away, I noticed a red glow inside the bomber. I turned tightly into position again and now saw several short tongues of flame lick out along the fuselage. Then he went down in a spin, blanketed with smoke and with pieces flying off."
This captivating passage provides an overview of the Battle of Britain, along with a thrilling primary source account of air to air combat. A corresponding worksheet and answer key are provided for assessment.
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