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Because Piłsudski didnt miss the chance, you
missed the point. Poland could not attack alone for political reasons, yes in 1933-35 Poland would roll over Germany faster then you can say Blitzkrieg but without political legimitacy of an active ally like France it was open to Russian intervention.
There wasn't enough of a clear dialogue between Poland, France and Britain.
I'm sorry but yes there was, your link proves that Piłsudski before he'd go out with an offer checked if there's any ground for support in the West, there was not.
Piłsudski also had a reasonable army in 1933 and could have scored some success.
Again you're clueless, in 1933 Germany had ~160 tanks and armored cars (less them Poland) and in the event of a war could mobilise approximately 500.000 men against a milion strong Polish army.
The standing German army was 100.000 men, Polish standing army was 450.000 men.
All that was required was political support in the West, Poland at that time could do the fighting alone.
Also, the French would likely have agreed as they were far more concerned than the British at the rapid pace of rearmament of the Nazis. The Brits naively placed too much trust in the ententes of the time.
You're saying that French who blatantly refused to mobilise an army even as support would have agreed to mobilise it and
declare war? This statement ranks among the stupidiest things you posted right next to calling Putin a decent man.