Intellectuals and scientists put to death by Stalin's orders, in the forests of Katyn.
In the OP picture, Roosevelt is nearly dead, and Churchill was the head of spent (utterly exhausted) state. Rationing would remain for years a factor in everyone's lives across the Commonwealth, the housing shortage in UK was acute, as was unemployment; the UK really was shattered. So when some Polish quasi-intellectual makes statements such as:
After their so-called guarantees of March 1939, England was not interested in our army, it did not help us financially in our war preparations, and did not have the slightest intention to aid us during Hitler's invasion of Poland (...) The guarantee of Poland's independence, provided by England, was not a guarantee at all. On the contrary, it was a speculation, whose purpose was the fastest possible liquidation of the Polish state. England wanted Poland to fight Germany first, and to lose that war as quickly as possible, so that Germany would finally face Russia.
It is so much preening poppycock, the author should be bitch-slapped back to preschool.
1) The defence of Poland must primarily be an issue for Poland, not Britain. Loans need to be repaid. Britain's treasury was still almost bare after the first war... Poland wanted "gimmes"; well, tough. I don't hear Brits bitching about what they had to give up for US LL. Everyone needed to do their utmost. Apparently, Poland was expecting a Divine Interention led by the UK, complete with angels and mana.
2) If the object was to get the Soviets and Germans to fight, why did Britain ignore Soviet diplomatic attempts for 1938-39, with that express purpose (allow Soviet troops passage through Poland to fight Germany), for them finally to give up, and get the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact?