No, but we did help others in the process, right? :)
I am sure, many Ukrainians (and others) appreaciated that they did not have to live in the SU during the Holodomor, but that was just an unintented and unforseeable side-effect.
blitzkrieg, trying to "liberate" Europe
That was hardly the case. What became later the SU was at this point still caught in a civil war, and in no position to threaten the rest of Europe. This purely a war of conquest, intented to stabilize the newborn Polish republic. There are lots of statements of Piludski and other Polish generals and politicians about the aim of this war. I am not condemning this mind you, Poland acted out of understandable self-interest. But let us not glorify this as a second siege of Vienna.
Battle of Warsaw was called 18th most important battle
According to this autor perhaps. I could think of at least 50 battles of greater importance for European history, let alone world history. No doubt this battle was important for Poland, but the only tangible consequence for other countries was that it gave later Hitler a rope to hang Poland with and make a deal with Stalin.