maybe mobilise and fight?send help?so what "things"did it do?
In September 1939 the British army had nine battle-ready divisions. Where exactly would you have liked them to attack Germany from? Remember that no country in Europe would give permission for an attack to be launched from their territory. Perhaps you envisage an amphibious assault on Hamburg? I asked you to tell us exactly what Britain could have done in September 1939 but did not do: you failed to tell us anything.
As for what Britain did do: bombing raids, moving aircraft to forward bases (action taken before war was declared), 70% of the regular army sent to France, attempted naval blockade of Germany (partly lifted after, in first two weeks of war, one British aircraft carrier sunk by U-boat and a second escaping only due to a malfunctioning German torpedo). You might learn in Polish schools that Britain did nothing, the reality is very different; as is reflected by the inability of Poles to go into detail as to exactly what Britain could have done in September 1939 but did not do.
of course, the Communists that You supported, killed many (mostly Poles), who is explainnig them?
Kindly either quote even a single post in which I support the post-war communist regime or admit that you were lying when you alleged that I support them.
What about forming the Western front with France and hitting them from the other side?
First British troops left for France on 10 September. Nice to see your knowledge of history is as good as ever.
Kinda like the British breaking the treaties with Czekoslovakia in 1938 so that Germans could take it over and then blaming Poles for taking back a few hectares from the Czechs already betrayed by the British and French.
Which treaty between Britain and Czechoslovakia was broken when the Sudetenland was returned to Germany? However, the Spa treaty between Poland and Czechoslovakia was most certainly broken when Poland invaded Czechoslovakia for the second of the century's three times.
I do love your comment about "taking back a few hectares", it so nicely shows the plastic Pole approach to Polish history: lie, lie, lie and keep lying. Or perhaps you can explain how an area of 801.5 km² can be a few hectares? Or how Poland can take back what Poland has agreed is Czechoslovakia, unless of course Poland is simply yet again going back on her word.