The main reason for the Polish defeat during the Defensive War of 1939, besides being attacked
by the Germans and Soviets, was disparity between the high international level of the nucleus of the military industry and,
for the most part, not yet up to the high international standards (non—military) Polish industry that prevented mass
production of the most sophisticated equipment. The production rate of the 7-ton Polish Tank (in fact 9.9 tons) was one tank
a week – much too low, since those tanks were necessary and only around 130 were available as of September 1, 1939.
ROBERT KOLAKOWSKI SON OF STANISLAW 28DEC73 SEPTEMBER, 2009
The fight between Germany and Poland was like a tennis match between Serena Williams (ranked
2nd) and Agnieszka Radwanska (ranked 13th); the Polish military was one of the more hefty military forces
worldwide; however, it was barely making top ten.
A report was given to the French and the British (not
read by the French); it was a detailed analysis of the war in Poland in 1939 with conclusions on how to defeat the Germans.
When the French refused to read the 1st report, a shorter version was provided, but the French refused to read
It seems that the deployment of the British forces mainly to the Low Countries was not an accident,
but an attempt by the British to detach themselves from the reality that the French will try to fight the Germans using World
War One tactics and that the situation of the British expeditionary forces will near certainly be compromised by the likely
The British, unlike the French, and like the US executive—branch of the Government (watch
newsreels on the Youtube.com from 1939) looked at the rather quick defeat of Poland with fear (the British who before the
very war bought some military equipment from Poland), and with concern (US: military industry goes into higher gear). Only
a stupid man knows no fear: when the intelligence services of the Dual Empire US/UK might have done many politically motivated
evil deeds, no one can beat the French when it comes to the Evil—doing.