Victory Parade is other thing. More a symbol than a real thing. Among all Polish Forces only few representatives of 303 squadron were invited.
We weren't invited for the Victory Parade (at some point third power of alliance) in London. Did Stalin forced you to this?
Please get your lies straight Magda. Poles were invited to the Victory Parade, both 'Free' Poles and the government of Poland. Neither bothered to send any representatives. But Poles have lied about not being invited ever since. You're pathetic.
Reality is based on facts, right?
Your reality is clearly based on lies.
1. Lie: you fought for Poland. And then didn't pay the bill for all that you had used.
2. If you'd planned the Uprising better, you might have liberated enough area to have paracutes dropped into.
3. Lie: your generals were welcome to return to Poland and claim their pension. Why should Polish generals who've paid nothing into the UK pension pot get British pensions? Oh, sorry, I forgot how Poles view the British benefits system. These days a Polish who has paid nothing into the UK benefits pot can claim from the system and that's how you think it should have been in 1945.
4. Lie. The military attache of the Polish embassy attended. You should have had more representation at the parade but that would have involved not dramatically rejecting your invites (and not being able to lie about it for years afterwards), so I can see why you didn't.
5. What should they have done? Tried to bomb it? What did the Polish armed forces do to stop the camp? Nothing, not even try to sabotage the rail links.
6. Lie. Some of your gold disappeared while in French custody. The gold entrusted to Britain was returned to Poland less what Poland agreed to pay for its forces and their upkeep.
Those brave lads are pure British and all-volunteer.
And they could be busy liberating Poland in 1945, couldn't they?
British Waffen SS uniform:
Yet more lies. The British Free Corps was not purely British and they could not have been busy liberating Poland because they never saw any action at all and they never even went to Poland!
Because of many desertions only a handful of them actually joined the SS
(the sources vary from 6 to 15 :-))))) but we know the names of only six:
I can tell you the names of two more straight off the top of my head Anthony Sawoniuk (who joined a Belarussian Waffen SS Unit before changing sides when he saw which way the wind was blowing) and Bronislaw Hajda (who according to a US judge "without doubt" committed war crimes while working as an SS guard at Treblinka).
I'm sure that there are thousands more Poles who were in the SS and like Sawoniuk slipped under the radar but unlike Sawoniuk had no reason to be hunted down. We know that more than a third of the Polish forces in the west were previously in the German armed forces: the idea that none of them were SS is laughable!