If you mean the 303 squadron, thats far from extending it to "all Polish airmen."
I do mean them. You will see that I didn't say "all Polish airmen". But why bother trying to debate what I say when you can just claim I said other things and then debate those statements. Much easier for you to just lie, isn't it?
I suggest you check your manipulated British sources.
I suggest you check who wikipedia is quoting: it is a Polish source.
Poles, not bothering to turn up...?
Well, neither the free Poles nor the representatives of the official government bothered to turn up at the victory parade despite both being invited. And you have done nothing but whine about it ever since.
Well not unless the currently accepted history of the Gliwice incident is completely wrong and Poland actually did attack that radio tower. If Poland didn't, Poland would be second to fight because Germany attacked Poland and therefore Germany was first to fight.
You have doubts about this? What happened in Czechoslovakia with the German Sudeten party? What about Austrian anchluss? If you have any doubts whatsoever about Hitlers tactics, I recommend you read up about them.
So you are admitting that Poland was second to fight? Good.
- Just to set a record straight: Poles ( and some volunteers from other nations) were piloting those Liberators, England gave up on supporting Warsaw uprising right before it actually started.
Those are what are called lies. No. 31 Squadron of the South African Royal Air Force was not Polish and had no Polish pilots. Same for No. 148 Squadron of the Royal Air Force, No. 178 Squadron of the Royal Air Force, and No. 34 Squadron of the South African Royal Air Force. Yes the British squadrons flew Halifaxes rather than Liberators but the Polish squadron flew two other types of planes as well as Liberators. Even the most Polish of sources, the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising admits that the majority of the non-Russian pilots who supplied Warsaw are not Polish.
As for your other lie, Britain supported the Uprising: it was your heroes from the USA who didn't want to upset Uncle Joe and so refused to press him for use of the bases in the USSR. Read a bit of history for a change instead of just lying.
No Harry, Poland was not the first to surrender but you are first to make a fool of yourself by this post.
Czechoslovakia was first to surrender. Poland was first to fight against Germans and Poles put up a damn good fight, while Soviets stabbing Poles in their backs. Only those filled with hatred against Poles can interpret history otherwise.
The Czechs got properly sold down the river by both the British (the Munich fiasco) and the American (made virtually no attempt to push on into Czechoslovakia and handed the bits they had captured to the Soviets). But you don't hear Czechs ******** and moaning about it in the way that Poles do. They're respectful for the efforts which were made to help them and don't just lie about what happened.
You tell me where the last of the Czech forces surrendered to Germany and I'll tell you where the last of the Polish forces surrendered to Germany.
Poland: second to fight and first surrender.
Poles: lying and whining about the war since 1939.