didi it do anything?
Nothing apart from a six-year long war. Oh and attacked German forces while Polish forces ran from German forces.
is that what they teach You at school?
You think that Poland is important enough for its history to be taught at schools anywhere other than Poland? Good joke!
Poland was fighting Ukr and Soviets and Lithuanians and Czechs in that TIMES, Czechoslovakia did invade some Silesians towns to incorporate them(they didnt manage),
So at that particular time Poland wasn't fighting the Russians or the Soviets or the Germans, despite your claim that they were. And Czech forces actually went in to enforce the agreement after Poland broke it. Polish forces were the ones who made a land grab the day after the treaty was signed (just as they did with Lithuania).
in returns Czechoslovakia was supposed to let the transports of help(soldiers, amunition, weapon)pass through their territory to Poland during Pl-Bolshevik war-guess what?they didnt
A very interesting claim. Can you perhaps tell us where that was agreed? Was it at the Spa conference?
a fact that they are obliged to be loyal to the country they live in.
No they are not, they can be as disloyal as they want (provided that they are not treasonous).
So you going to ignore me and keep on ranting?
Happy to ignore you but I fear I'll have to refuse your request that I rant.
The territorial split was again supposed to be decided by poll, but Czech army entered Zaolzie in January 1919
And why did they do that? Because Poland was exercising sovereign rule in the disputed area despite having agreed not to.