Then Monte Cassino wouldn't have happened would it, seeing as Germany would have won.
Sir, 65-70% of the effort to defeat "Nazis" was made by the Soviets, another 15-20% by the US, in case of the forces under British command, that's no more than 10% and a significant part of that were Canadians, Poles, Australians, Indians etc. "Nazis" were crazy enough to declare war on Soviets and US at the same time, they would have lost no matter what England had done. Besides, the whole concept that Britain could somehow stay out of it is ridiculous. Adolf's major goal was to finish off the Soviets and he couldn't start war in the east without conquering the west first. "Nazis" invaded damn load of countries despite a fact that most of them hadn't declared the phoney war on them.
We, the British, stood up the Germans, whilst you, the Poles, capitulated in three weeks.
LOL ! You dudes would have capitulated within 5 days if not the Channel.
If you hadn't had such a nationalistic leader as Pilsudski, maybe we would have been allowed to help you earlier
Except that Pilsudski died in 1935 ! Here comes your "knowledge" :))) The "all-powerful Germany" in 39 was a small part of the huge fighting force they created over the next years. In 39 they needed to use nearly all of their combat units to defeat Poland, like I said before, even mid scale offensive from the west in Sep 39 could have ended the WW2 before it really started.