No. That's what they were offered - a place on the same footing as America and France. They wanted to be treated as an Empire Dominion, which they were not.
No they wanted to be treated as an ally to whom Britain owned a lot. Try harder I don't have to as facts speak for themselves.
Indeed. The government recognized by both my country and yours was the one in Poland.
What are you talking about Poland at the time was under Soviet occupation and only fool would fail to see it. I guess for the colonial Dominion with many countries and their puppet governments that wasn't much of a bother.
A silly thing to say.
Not at all I'm saying that people should not automatically assume that those soldiers wanted those medals.
No, you're lying there
what I'm lying exactly Harry? You seems to be lost here.An Old age creeping on you?
They wanted representatives of the Western Command Polish land and naval forces to invited to the parade. When those forces were not invited, the invitation for airmen was rejected.
Correct, I have never stated otherwise. You on the other you were going about lies and lairs who are lying where they are lying - when you stop dribbling and wipe your face we can continue.
The point is those forces should have been invited it was qestion of honor as per usual Britain failed to deliver.
Oh, and the likes of Mikolajczyk had a very different view to yours as to which government was the only legal representation of independent Poland.
Now you are lying Harry. The fact he choose to try salvage some degree of internal independence for Poles against wishes and advice of more mature and experienced politicians and he filed miserable. His personal and desperate venture do not diminish facts Harry. He was forced to such humiliating and desperate measure because British failed to support legal and independent Polish government.
And how surprising to see you lying about the government in which the likes of Mikolajczyk were working to try and build what hadn't existed before WWII: a free and democratic Poland.
He has been used as a pretax for Britain to withdrew support of the only legal Polish government. He was used a stooge by the both sides. The fact is that without him the issue would be solved in the same way but his case wouldn't be used for all kind apologist for the British dishonorable and traitorous policy towards Poland.
Is as he had any choice in the matter - it was either you go or not but our support for this government is over. (ie the legal Polish government - the only Polish government at the time)
What are you mumbling about Ukrainian state? You mean the sate that never existed until 1991?