I must take issue here:
You are nuts.
Poland has traditionally been shafted by the West. That is nothing new.
Go back to the 2004 US Presidential election. John FARC Kerry (I call him FARC because Kerry praised the Marxist narcoterrorist FARC causing trouble in my wife's native Colombia) ripped on Bush for having "only" England as an ally. Bush corrected him, not that it did any good.
I have a letter from former US Senator Rick Santorum. I asked the Senator about the Polish visa waiver situation. Santorum had introduced a bill allowing Poles to enter the US with only a passport. An unknown Senator put a hold on the bill and it remains frozen to this day. I suspect that Senator is some spineless leftist like Charlie Schumer who was pissed off at Poland's assistance to the US in Iraq.
Compare and contrast to the situation involving the US southern border.
In early 1945, FDR was a dying man. He had no ability or strength to stand up to Stalin and insist on Poland being returned to its 1939 borders. FDR and Churchill gave in to Stalin. Why? FDR wanted Stalin's help in defeating Japan. At any rate, the US Government was far more concerned with ending the war as quickly as possible and saving American lives, not standing up for any other ally. Disgusting, but true. General Patton would have gladly declared war on the USSR and steamrolled to Moscow, but there was no way that was ever going to happen.
Then there was Whacko Baracko the Kenyan shafting Poland on September 17, 2009. F'in Marxist, he is.
Poland was an ally and a valuable ally during WWII. Germany and Japan were enemies. Because Germany and Japan were occupied by the US, they made out fine after the war. Poland got the shaft, again. Poland lost millions of its citizens and much of its territory, which will never be recovered.
As for how England treated Poles after WWII, why would anyone expect different? Examine history. Look at how England treated English Catholics and the Irish for centuries.
It is worth noting that there have been two US presidents during the past 100 years that have been a friend to Poland. Woodrow Wilson was never a popular president and his decision to enter WWI is criticized here even today. Forgotten in his Fourteen Points for Peace was the call for the reestablishment of a free Poland. Wilson was a major supporter of the Polish cause, even though France and England could hardly be bothered.
I have a copy of Paul Kengor's book, Crusader
. Kengor is a professor at Grove City College in western Pennsylvania, 60 miles north of Pittsburgh. Ronald Reagan dedicated his adult life to the defeat of Communism. In his book, Kengor documents the initiatives, directives and actions the Reagan Administration made to assist Solidarity and bring the USSR to its knees economically. Reagan was labeled as a dunce - usally by people who were wrong then and are wrong now. Reagan paid more than lip service to Solidarity. Organizational assistance, fax machines, phones, radios, printing presses and paper and money were funneled to Solidarity to help keep the movement alive.