And you`re writing nonsense..
just like the Polish,French,British in 1939.Anyone can sign an agreement but none of those countries in 1939 had armies capable of defeating the Nazis.
..in 1939 the number of
where the Allies are red and Germans (Niemcy) and the USSR (ZSRR) are gray.. looked this way..
When Poland was attacked the Polish cavalry fought with men on horses against German tanks.
There had been - one - battle in which ONE Polish cavalery brigade faced TWO German tank divisions and ONE infantry division - that battle had been WON by our cavalery ..and the Germans had lost 160 tanks only in that one single battle:
The Germans had built up a massive fanatic war machine - and Poland,France,England were still using equipment from World War 1.
So did Germany... the main German tanks were the PzKpfw Pz-I and PzKpfw Pz-II
those tanks were being destroyed - with the use of anti tank rifles - like these..
..those things were basicly armoured tractors with machineguns.
the only real tanks the German had at that time were the PzKpfw Pz-III
..they had only a few of them and they were widely used during parades - where they drove in circles to create an impression that there were a lot of them..
..most of the German army - untill 1943.. moved on HORSES.. they had only a few motorized divisions which they used in propaganda movies.
The Germans had built up a massive fanatic war machine
This fanatic war machine was about to run out of ammunition and supplies in late october 1939..
France was attacked first and Poland went to its aid the Polish army would have been wiped out just as quick.If Britain and France had actually gone to aid Poland they would have all been defeated and the Nazis would have conquered all of Europe including Britain.
In 1939 our troops were in Prussia - the heartland of the former German Empire!
The Germans would not have won a 2 front war - in 1939 there were only some reserve border troops on the German western border and 5.000.000 French soldiers on the other side.
The Warsaw uprising is another example
The Warsaw Uprising was part of a wider uprising that took place in many cities - some of them were succesfull - some not. The Warsaw Uprising would have been succesful if we would recive some equipment from our "allies" - who were supplying the communist partizans in Yugoslavia with something like 30 times more equipment than the it was the case of our resistence during the Warsaw Uprising - but that was only one of the many issues that were`t "ok" when it comes to our mutual cooperation during WWII.