In reality the allies suffered more killed/wounded during the fall of France than during the fall of Poland.
I can't see how it is relevant in any way, but still:
Battle of France:
Allies: 144 divisions
Allies: 360,000 dead or wounded
2500 dead or wounded per division
Invasion of Poland:
Poland: 39 divisions (some of them were never fully mobilized and concentrated)
Poland: 199,700 total casualties
5120 dead or wounded per division
Which is exactly what your Polish Blue Police did too.
It wasn't 'polish' blue police, as it was created and run by Germans in occupied Poland.Polish Police of the General Government (German: Polnische Polizei im Generalgouvernement).
It was formed by Nazi Germany officially on October 30, 1939 by reinstating Polish state police (Einheimische Polizei) existing before the invasion of Poland, with German instead of Polish leadership.
The Blue Police had little autonomy, and all of its high-ranking officers came from the ranks of the German police (Kriminalpolizei).
The role of the Blue Police in its collaboration and resistance towards the Germans is difficult to assess as a whole, and is often a matter of dispute. Historian Andrzej Krzysztof Kunert estimates that 10 to 20% of the policemen were murdered by the Germans for taking part in resistance - on top of those mass-murdered by the Soviets in Mednoye - explained Irena Wollen in her documentary film "Granatowi" for Telewizja Polska (1999).
And meanwhile in France:
[i]Following the defeat in June 1940, President Albert Lebrun appointed Marshal Pétain as premier. After making peace with Germany, Pétain and his government voted to reorganize the discredited Third Republic into an authoritarian regime.
The newly formed French State maintained nominal sovereignty over the whole of French territory as defined by the Second Armistice at Compiègne.
Marshal Pétain collaborated with the German occupying forces in exchange for an agreement not to divide France between the Axis powers. Germany kept two million French soldiers in Germany as forced laborers to enforce its terms. Vichy authorities aided in the rounding-up of Jews and other "undesirables". At times in the colonies Vichy French military forces actively opposed the Allies. Despite its pro-Nazi policies, much of the French public initially supported the new government, seeing it as necessary to maintain a degree of French autonomy and territorial integrity.
And by the way, do you even know that before '39 Uk, France and Poland had an agreement, that if any of the countries would be attacked by the Germany, the other two will attack Germany? And what happened? Hitler knew that neither France nor UK will help Poland when he attacs it, and guess what, he was right! Poles weren't able to figh with such power and they failed
Not this tired old lie yet again!
[i]On March 31, 1939, in response to Nazi Germany's defiance of the Munich Agreement and occupation of Czechoslovakia,\ the United Kingdom pledged the support of itself and France to guarantee Polish independence.
On April 6, during a visit to London by the Polish foreign minister, it was agreed to formalize the guarantee as an Anglo-Polish military alliance, pending negotiations.
This guarantee was extended on April 13 to Greece and Romania following Italy's invasion of Albania.
Polish-British Common Defence Pact
In your case you very simply deny those facts exist.
It seems you are lying, or uneducated, or too lazy to check facts