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What was Britain's treaty with Poland?

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Answered 2007-03-23 03:23:11

Basically, Britain promised to help Poland militarily if Germany attacked. There was no reference to Germany. The promise and later the treaty guaranteed help for Poland if its sovereignty (independence) was threatened by military force.

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