During World War II, England played a critical role in the Allied war effort against both Germany and Japan. The country withstood the sustained bombing campaign of the Blitz and defended itself against a German invasion. The Battle of Britain saw the Royal Air Force successfully defend the skies over England against the German Luftwaffe. England played a vital role in the D-Day landings, with troops and ships departing from English ports. The British air force launched bombing campaigns against Germany and other Axis powers, and British forces were heavily involved in the North Africa and Italian campaigns. England also played a key role in the war against Japan in the Pacific, with British forces fighting in Burma and providing support for American operations in the region. Overall, England's contribution to the war was marked by significant sacrifice and bravery, both in Europe and the Pacific.
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