would have been a huge supporter
He is long dead and buried. It is exercise in futility as well as pointless to guess what would dead people say.
Yes I am very interested in learning about pilsudzki
He never expressed any idea about Intermarium or anything of the sort. That is all build by wishful thinking of some of his supporters or those who had been impressed with him then and later. It all stem from the fact that he ventured to Kiev with Petlura and his soldiers in support of an independent Ukrainian state.
There some talk about restitution the old Poland borders, or about building a cordon by helping create some states between Poland and Russia. However all that was some loose talk and a general concept created after the events. JP didn't write about it, said next to nothing about it and done nil about it. That is just persistent myth as he is seen by some as this wise victories figure. He wasn't.
Intermarium is an old idea derived from of the Polish Kingdom practise. In those times when Polish kingdom controlled lands between Baltic and Black seas.
Today's Intermarium idea has quite different take and doesn't has much to do with some Slavic unity dream based on wishful thinking and superficial similarities.
It is a solid idea of cooperation between countries of the eastern and central Europe between three seas. Based on a common, shared interests and business opportunities. Supported by the USA.
He would have clearly identified the European Union as a safety net against the two great powers, and the ability to tie up Germany economically
Sure,a great idea. Poland should succumb to the German ideas and became a junior partner. All that fight against III Reich waste of opportunity.
Luckily Poland and three seas concept has support of the USA and protection of NATO.
Germans are not very good at building alliances and coalition and even worse at ruling them as they have proved time after time for the last 200 years. I think they should curb their ambitions and step down.