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The air battles that took place on this day were amongst the largest aerial engagements in history to that time. Both sides suffered heavy losses.
In the air, the British shot down twice as many Luftwaffe aircraft as they lost. Further large and costly aerial battles took place after 18 August, but both sides lost more aircraft combined on this day than at any other point during the campaign, including 15 September, the Battle of Britain Day , generally considered the climax of the fighting.
For this reason, 18 August became known as "the Hardest Day" in Britain. However, before this could be carried out, air supremacy or air superiority was required to prevent the RAF from attacking the invasion fleet or providing protection for any attempt by the Royal Navy 's Home Fleet to intercept a landing by sea.
The failure did not deter the Germans from persisting with air raids against the RAF or its infrastructure. Five days later came the Hardest Day. The Luftwaffe was detailed to destroy Fighter Command before the planned invasion of Britain could take place.
The OKL hoped that the destruction of the British fighter defence would force the British to come to terms by air power alone and the very risky Operation Sea Lion would not be needed. The enormous numerical superiority of British naval forces over their German opponents made a crossing of the Channel very dangerous, even with air superiority.