"In September 1939, the army had a total of 892,697 officers and men in both the full-time regular army and part-time Territorial Army."
Well done. Isn't Wikipedia wonderful? Although I do wonder why you fail to quote the next two sentences "The regular army could muster 224,000 men, who were supported by a reserve of 173,700 men. Of the regular army reservists, only 3,700 men were fully trained and the remainder had been in civilian life for up to 13 years."
I wonder why you fail to address the issue of where those men were. Were they anywhere which allowed them to attack Germany. Opps, they most certainly were not. Nevermind.
And i said that the British+French could have easily marched to Berlin in under 2 weeks.
What an adorable falsehood. In two weeks the British had so few men in positions which could be used to invade Germany that said men could all fit into a single football stadium. As for the French army, well, the less said the better.
Because Poland was not bound to.
Which bits of the treaty imposed any obligation on the UK to force Germany to not violate the treaty? Opps, yet again historical fact fails to fit in with your highly original version of history.
Nope, im too lazy to explain history to you again.
In other words, you can't quote them; could that be because they don't actually exist?
So you finally acknowledge that England broke treaties prior to WW2. Thank you.
I acknowledge no such thing. I will thank you to not lie about what I say.