/ Poland in the eyes of London - before WWII.
What exactly did POLAND do in 1938/39 to stop the rise of Nazi Germany????
The Nazi Germany rise in 1933/36 so, your question is not only simple but silly, considering that Poland could avoid all this hassle consenting to German proposal of an alliance.
I'll answer it anyway - Refusing alliance with Hitler and fighting as the first country against Nazi Germany.
I think he's making some rather good points or is is okay to slander the British and expect them not to retaliate?
What point it would be? Even if sometimes he makes some sense generally he is only slandering and mocking and given that the most of the PF posters have no intimate knowledge of the Polish history and ALL the circumstances his evil twist give it appearance of the truth.
Also even if some posters use inappropriate word or expression, crux of the matter is that you cannot discus with facts, and fact is that Britain and France didn't attack Germany as they promised.
Second fact is that Poland didn't regain independence after 1945 and the rest is only silence. I think that is good that this void is filled with words and I don't think that sense of betrayal many Poles feels (passed by WWII generation ) couldn't be quenched or addressed by - you are stupid bastards and you ******* Poles deserved it all.
Which is exactly what Harry does.
That's a rather broad quote, most English people didnt even know where Poland was before WWII and to suggest otherwise is a quite rediculous.
Saying London I mean government and ruling class, not general population.
They're not going to materialise any time soon.
see above :)
Does taking part in the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1938 count?
Yes, as it wasn't taking Part in the Nazi invasion but direct challenge to Hitler, one which he understood. The same goes for a many Czechoslovakian soldiers who often with their arms come to Poland and offered their services to Polish Army for a chance to fight against Germans. I'm sure that you know better Harry than those officers and soldiers.
Once again topic is - before WWII