Carry on and don't let anyone take you off- topic to confuse the issue.
Oh, do you mean people playing games with the meaning of "repatriation'? The Polish government uses it euphemistically for ethnic Poles in the East whose ancestors may have never been citizens of the Second Polish Republic, and who lost citizenship by the border change. Something is lost in the English translation because nothing is done for those who are descended from actual Polish citizens, who claim citizenship by descent. Those from the East are desired as a cheap source of labour.
it should be the Polish governments duty to streamline anyone whose Polish ancestors fled for their lives from Poland because of war for their return to their homeland
No, they don't do that at all. The Polish government does nothing to investigate claims or assist those seeking recognition of their citizenship, like most other countries. It is an administrative adversarial process where the Polish government holds the documents, and rather than investigating its own records, demands the petitioner prove its claim without them, and then will demand proof of negatives, i.e., prove that your Polish ancestor didn't do something that would have resulted in a loss of citizenship under the 1920 Polish citizenship law. How can it be proved that a man didn't join the French Foreign Legion under an assumed name? So the grandchild of a person who could have entered Poland with a Polish passport in 1939 gets grilled to prove that Dziadek didn't somehow lose his citizenship by joining a foreign military, or hold public office abroad. The present ruling elite continues the communist's distrust of Poles living in the West.
The Polish government holds passport records in the national archives that have not been indexed, and in one case I know of access was twice denied by the archives, claiming they needed time to "paginate" the records before they could be viewed. By the second time, it became clear that the documents were being withheld. They would likely disproportionately benefit Jews claiming citizenship. Getting these documents without a lawyer proved to be impossible for a friend's claim. Passport records are more valuable for recognition as a citizen by descent, since they prove citizenship, not merely birth location. There is no reason for those records to be closed to the descendants of the bearers. It should be a scandal.
So, did you do this?
I didn't think so. The Internet is full of self declared experts who have no experience with their self-declared fields of expertise. The thread is about the conduct and policies of the Polish government towards its foreign born citizens. It's a human rights issue.