In but one example...you obviously do not know of Britain's S.O.E help for Poland in training of cichociemni special force paratroops of the Polish underground army
Wait you mean a training camp with a few shacks is helping Poland ?
Britain also gave safe haven for the Polish-government-in-exile which it did not have to.
Given that the polish goverment became the goverment in exile because France and England refused to attack Germany as they were obliged thats not really help, more of a result of earlier negligence.
Remembering also that Hitler did not want a war with Britain at all....Hitler admired the British..a small nation which had built and administered a vast empire which is what the Nazis wanted for tehmselves in Eastern Europe and Europea Russia.
And then came Churchill who understood Hitler much better than you and knew that whatever Hitler wanted or not was a momentary sentiment, regimes that thrive on war do not stop, ever.
England was next and everyone with a brain to them knew it, thats why they didnt surrender.
The fact is the Nazis made numerous advances for a peace with Britain which it declined in order to support its ally Poland
Again rubbish, England turned Hitlers peace offer down because they understood that once Russia is destroyed there will be nothing stoping Hitler from hanging a swastika from Buckingham Palace, Hitler claimed he didnt want war with Britain but lets face it Nazi regime needed war to roll and guess who's the natural enemy once Russia is gone ?
UK didnt fight for others, it fought for itself.
In fact one could argue that the Polish-government-in-exile did not help Poland as it was divided by factional in-fighting of political self-interest which ultimately led to its own abandonment by the western allies.
Divided between whom ? 90% of ethnic Poles supported the exiled goverment and the home army, you might be referring to the peoples battalions which were a tiny fringe organization and grew only when the Soviets arrived, there was no division in Poland untill it was enforced by the Russians and received an approving nod from Britain.
Both Britain and France turned out to be absolutely useless allies, first failing to provide any military help whatsoever and then selling Poland out at every possible turn, they did help a few odd groups of soldiers but by and large there was no political or military help for Poland.
They first watched Poland fall and then sold it out, repeatedly.