Strange, isn't it: a former PM of Britain knew what was right for Poland and opposed what happened post WWII but a former PM of Poland took the opposite approach & knew what was worse for poland. And despite that, Poles always blame the British former PM and never the Polish PM.
What a funny logic.
Polish Mikołajczyk was maybe recklessly optimistic or he was forced by the Ally. Anyway he was a brave man.
He was in fact framed in to this position by English-American policy to hide the fact, that Poland was left to Soviets. To hide the fact and to perform a 'democracy' show in which hundreds of his party members (PSL) were killed and thousand were imprisoned, vote count forged, civilians terrorized by Soviet secret policy...
The only field where Britons fulfilled their ally obligations was to take Mikołajczyk away from this Soviet paradise.
at last they heard sorry from the Head of State
No, he was a private civilian at the time that he visited the internment camp and expressed his opinion.
Harry you're wrong again. Piłsudski was a Head of State (14.11.1918-11.12.1922) when he said "Gentlemen I'm very sorry" on 15.05.1921. Will it be always that with you, factoid maker. I'm trying to respect your opinions, but you're ruining it with your fact manipulations.
Churchill used his position as British MP to decry the treatment of Poles by the government that replaced his and you still all call him every name under the sun.
So you think better make blah blah than nothing. But blah blah didn't work with such guys as Soviets.