He would had changed the tone with Poland also very quickly would they had been more compromising.
He probably would. Seeing as he allied with Romania, Hungary, Slovakia or Croatia, I can't
see why he shouldn't consider Poland a valuable ally (especially that 50-55 Polish divisions,
commanded by officers who were the victorious Polish-Soviet war veterans, might really
have made a difference in the crucial moment of War in the East.)
Rubbish, there was no signal given to Poland nor any official consideration, there was a single
remark to Beck in regards to possible partition of Ukraine but thats it.
Well, I read many articles, including one very recently (in "Fronda", I think) that would seem
to confirm BB's words. Poland was repeatedly offered to join the crusade against SU and even
in 1939 unofficial negotiations were conducted, but Poland kept faith in their British and French
"allies", and we all know how it ended.
By the way - I'm not saying that Poland should have allied herself with Hitler's Germany,
but we paid a VERY high price for opposing him and sometimes I wonder if that price was
not too high.