I think we can assume that Polands decision to ignore all alliance offers by it's neighbours but to trust far away countries who were not able to be of great help is surely something what could be called a "blunder"....only with hindsight of course.
knowing how it all turned out, yes I would want Poland to act different, but it wasnt that obvious in 1939. If France and England fulfill their obligations(and they were able of doing that) Germany would be defeated and Russia wouldnt get involved in the war. I still think it was the righteous think to do at that time.
Actually it did do things. The question you keep ignoring (in the traditional Polish way) is this: exactly what could Britain have done in September 1939 which Britain did not do?
i dont know what answer do You expect besides the obvious?maybe mobilise and fight?send help?so what "things"did it do?
The actions of the Polish government then were utterly indefensible. But at least I call those camps what they were and don't stick to the official Polish line and insist that they were 'labour camps'.
of course, the Communists that You supported, killed many (mostly Poles), who is explainnig them?definitely not me
It is more than just "unfortunate": it is utterly disgraceful.
how are You gonna name the British way of doing?
I think that Poland's actions were (as with a number of treaties signed by Poland during the interbellum) utterly disgraceful.
please, start a thread to topics You mentioned, and I will answer
Do feel free to go into detail about the questions which I have failed to answer.
my answer about Riga treaty on previous board, then again what Britain did do?