He is dead Harry. You try.
No, you try. You are attributing an opinion to him, thus the burden of proving he expressed that opinion is on you. If you can not prove this is opinion, we'll just have to assume that you're returning to your usual form, i.e. lying.
I already did, As no such state existed (nobody but Poland recognized that state), and Petlura had no support from his own citizen, Poland give it try, an honest try.
Three lies in a single sentence! The Ukrainian People's Republic was recognized de jure by Soviet Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania, Czechoslovakia, and the Holy See. De facto recognition was granted by Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, and Persia. Tens of thousands of Ukrainians supported Petliura enough to fight and die for him. Poland only stayed good to its word for eight months (hardly an honest try!).
What other country in the world would do the same? none....
What other country would do the same? By your 'logic', as the Ukrainian People's republic had been occupied for less than a month before Poland began to negotiate a peace treaty with the USSR, Britain and France would have been perfectly entitled in October of 1939 to negotiate peace with Germany and to agree to take 30 million gold rubles as compensation in such treaty. Instead Britain remained at war for six years.
I would like you to quote document where such sell-out of Ukraine by Poland for said sum took place. If not admit you talk rubbish.
Article XIII of the Treaty of Riga "Russia and the Ukraine agree to pay to Poland within the period of one year at the latest after the ratification of the present Treaty the sum of 30 million roubles gold in specie and in bars".
Sure they should paid no matter what - they agreed to pay and they should had paid. Do you see problem ? I don't!
I'm not saying that payment is price for Ukraine - its your own Fairy-Harry invention.
Oh, OK, so your logic is: Poland signed a treaty in which it agreed to support a certain state and to not sign a seperate peace treaty with any other state, Poland then signs a seperate peace treaty with another state in which it agrees its former ally no longer exists and agrees to accept the sum of 30 million gold roubles. And this means that Poland didn't sell out its ally. Nice logic there!
You mean apology from Pole to Poles for what Canada and GB did to them?
How is what happened to Poles in Canada anything to do with Britain?
Although I can understand how you get confused about nations and nationality. After all, you've lived in Canada for at least the past decade and a half and live there as a Canadian citizen no doubt, but you still claim to be Polish. You turn your back on Poland, you've taken a Canadian passport and every day you claim benefits that are available only to citizens of Canada and do not to citizens of Poland but you still say that you aren't Canadian. How nice of you to spit on your hosts like that.
You mean apology from Pole to Poles for what Canada and GB did to them? Which fancy university taught you logic again? Makes me wonder about the rest of your education.
Wonder away about my education: it is good enough that the Polish government invited me over to help the Polish education system. Although you claim that I say the Polish government invited me to write a book. Of course you can't support that statement because it is just another one of your lies!
However the policy to drop leaflets on the 'immediate' outbreak of war over Germany and not bombs in evident in the government papers of the day.
It may well have been. But the fact is that bombs were dropped as well as leaflets.
So given I am wrong, why do you think that RAF did not load bombs onto the planes that dropped over 14 million leaflets over the German heartland ... given as you say bombs were dropped on German North Sea port?
Most probably they still thought that all-out war could still be avoided.