You clearly need to stop being ridicules on top of ridicules. RAF did nothing until 1940. Unless you did some secret bombing in September 1939 nobody knows about.
I do wish you would stop with your lies. The RAF raids of September 4 1939 against Wilhemshaven are as secret as they were successful.
But then why should we be surprised to see Poles lying about WWII and what the British did and did not do?
The Government in Exile received an invite at the eleventh hour when it was apparent the commo govt wouldnt attend. It was, naturally, politely declined.
And your source for this is what? All the sources I've read and quoted from agree that the official government was invited first and after uproar caused by not inviting free Poles, representatives of the free Poles were invited. Until the day of the parade nobody knew for sure that the official government wasn't sending anybody.
What self respecting invitee would accept a second thought last minute invite? One can only speculate as to the value GB/the allies placed on Poland's contributions to the war effort in these circumstances.
Well, let's see, how many other free forces were invited? Oh yes, none were.
And what self respecting invitee would attend? Far better to refuse the invite and then spend the next 60+ years lying about not being invited.
I recall you mentioning some Poles did attend. That was in their capacity as integrated member of the GB armed forces.
That context takes the gloss of your spin, doesn't it.
You are mistaking me with somebody else.
And no it doesn't take any 'gloss' off what I'm saying. My point is that the oft told tale about Poles not being invited to the London parade is a lie.
It's strange how your ilk deign to argue the finer points of an invitation if it gives the opportunity to try to cast a bad light on Poland.
Read your own thread mate. A Pole started the discussion of the parade and did so in an attempt to put the British in a bad light. I merely pointed out that he is lying. I'm not making any fine points (unlike a certain somebody who attempts to using the alleged timing of invitation as justification for it being refused), I'm simply stating that both free Poles and the official government of Poland were invited to the parade and neither bothered to turn up.
In my opinion, some of the facts you have given have been bare facts, denied of context.
Facts are fact. Both free and not-so-free Poles were invited to the London parade. The RAF dropped bombs before it dropped leaflets. The British tried to support the Warsaw Uprising but the Americans considered such support not "advantageous for the long-term prospects" of the war. Some Poles were and some are anti-semitic. These are facts. Of course they are facts that some Poles would prefer not to be facts but they are still facts.
Keep it coming though - I enjoy the sport.
Remind me, when was the hunting of Aborigines for sport made illegal in your fine nation?
BTW: "Poms and sporting prowess". is not two words that don't go together, it is three words. Nice counting skills there mate. Oh, and congratulations to you Ozzies for overtaking the Septics and becoming the fattest nation on the planet.