All the support and assistance in its power, we're talking six battleships with their battlegroups in the vicinity, we're talking aircraft carriers which could sit in the Baltic and aid coastal efforts, we're talking all german shipping sunk or confined to its harbors, instead not a single ship was moved, i understand you hate Poland and will generally discuss against it but the fact is that the aid UK could have given was huge and instead it sat on its ass twiddling its thumbs.
So you can’t find anything to support your lie about timing or precise obligations. What a surprise.
I love your line about not a single ship moving. Would that be how you explain 518 British sailors being killed on 14 September 1939 alone? And your claim does somewhat fly in the face of the order issued by the Admiralty on 24 August 1939.
No doubt a keen military brain such as yours knows what happens when surface ships face land-based bomber aircraft. If not, read up on what happened to HMS Prince of Wales. Now explain why it would have been such a good idea for the British navy to have sailed into confines of the Baltic and its long coastline filled with German airbases.
Germany would fight and defeat Britain after it was done in the mainland, you can scream that its unreliable all you want but two of Hitlers inner ring claim so and their word holds over yours.
No, it is your version of what they say. You haven’t backed a single claim you make with any kind of source.
I note that you have completely ignored the tiny matter of Hitler’s favourite film. I wonder why that could be.
It was supposed to give all aid possible as soon as possible, it gave no aid at all, there's no lies here, just truth you're uncomfortable with.
Poles like you tend to make me think that Britain’s mistake was not entering WWII but the side on which she entered.
Given that polish navy consisted of 8 light ships they could either suicide themselves against german navy which operated 9 cruisers alone in the area or join the Brits.
So they bravely ran away. They wouldn’t commit suicide but you expect British sailors to defend Poland by doing what Polish sailors would not. How very Polish of you.
Britain risked nothing in a naval engangement, they were infinitely more powerfull and could easily strangle any shipping, raze coastal bases to the ground and even liberate coastal cities like Gdynia or Gdańsk without Germans being able to do anything.
Put down the crack pipe and step away.
I repeat, you hate Poland and spit venom at every possible turn but the facts are irrefutable, despite having massive resources and capacity to help, despite being bound by a treaty that stated any and all aid available will be given England did not fire a shot, that is called betrayal.
Massive resources? The Polish army was far larger!
Do stop with the lies about England not firing a shot.
And if you want to see betrayal, look what you Poles did to Ukraine in the 1920s. What goes around comes around, as Poland learned to her cost.