as we know the England always ware more sympathetic to Germans then Poles.
Yes, that is why England spent ten of the last 95 years fighting German and zero years fighting Poland.
The Versailes treaty was not favorable to Poland (that ware the freeking Curzon line come from)
The treaty of Versailles contains sweet feck all about the Curzon line. Do try and learn a little about history.
the book are:
A Question of Honor: The Kosciuszko Squadron: Forgotten Heroes of World War II
( in this book you will find if Polish Soldiers who ware really invited to victory parade and why prime minister Blare apologias )
Why would I want to read such a pathetically bad book? The facts are that Polish servicemen were invited to the London victory parade in exactly the same way as all other non-commonwealth allies. Poland didn't bother sending any representatives. Free Polish forces were also invited but refused to attend because they thought that not enough of them had been invited. Tony Blair made no apology whatsoever connected with the London Victory parade.
No Greater Ally: The Untold Story of Poland's Forces in World War II
( you will find how France attacked German western border and stopped )
I have very very little interest in French military history.
I note that, as is traditional for Poles, you have completely avoided all my questions. Here they are again:
1) In what way did Britain betray Poland? Kindly quote the relevent parts of the relevent treaty.
2) If Poland was betrayed by her allies, given the way that Poland had treated her Ukranian allies some 18 years previously, did she deserve any better?
3) With which army units could the British have broken through the Siegfried line?
4) Which British army units could have been sent to France and used to reinforce the British attack within the two weeks available until Poland was finished?
5) How could the British army have launched an attack on Germany from the soil belonging to nations which did not want such attack to take place?