That's the question Juliet asked. It's also been a matter of discussion in book club discussions about 'The Kingdom of the Air'. What is the significance of the title? The obvious reference is to the contested skies during the Battle of Britain - a test of air superiority where the entire course of human history hung in the balance. But there is a lesser known reference. The phrase -'The Kingdom of the Air' - is taken from the Bible. In Ephesians 2 we read: As for you, you we
Fans of The Kingdom of the Air will probably enjoy the stunning visuals of a Spitfire vs. Messerschmitt dogfight with an interesting twist to follow in Nick Ryan's short 10 minute film titled "The German".