you should be thankfull that the Royal Air Force provided the resources and technology for allowing the Poles to hit the Gerries where it hurt
Oh, we're thankful for the planes and stuff, you know. I'm also quite sure that the Polish
pilots who fought in the Battle of Britain were more than grateful for giving them an
opportunity to avenge their country. In return, they fought with dedication and bravery,
which nobody can deny. We were allies after all.
RAF pilots also aided the Warsaw Uprising and some of them died helping our freedom
fighters. We will keep them in our memory - nothing's forgotten. We were allies after all.
To say, as the thread title suggests, that the Battle of Britain 'was won thanks to Poles',
is an exaggeration, but our pilots did what they could. Whether they did or didn't get
enough recognition for their deeds is a secondary issue. We were allies after all.
Why all the bitterness? Why all the arguing?