I was reading some old topics on the Battle of Britain, and I thought I'd bring this one up again. Could Germany possibly have won the Battle of Britain? Does no Blitz mean a German victory? The British were relying on radar to detect the incomming German aircraft instead of having planes in the air patrolling the skies constantly. This had not only a strategic advantage, but it also helped morale. The British were also fighting in their own homeland. If they were shot down, they could be back in action the same day unlike their German counterparts who were taken prisoner of war after being shot down. Despite these advantages, the Germans had crippled the RAF. If the Germans would have preceded with their plans, would victory have been possible?