True, but that would require a POD well before 1942-43. Historically, given the expectation by then of the pending operations in Europe requiring as much infantry as the Allies could scare up, and some willingness to accept the postwar political impact, it seems possible (based on the information and discussion above) that the "most" one could realistically expect would be: Polish Army in the West - as historical (corps headquarters, 1st armoured and 3rd and 5th infantry divisions, each with two brigades, plus the separate 2nd Armoured Brigade and 1st Parachute Brigade, and various special operations units, cadre, etc.; Greeks - two full brigade groups, plus cadre, special operations, etc. Czechs - a brigade headquarters with two full battalions (including the troops that historically served in the Med), and some cadre units for LMP, and some special operations personnel; Belgians - a brigade headquarters with some cadre units, SOE etc., plus - maybe - a colonial brigade raised in the Belgian Congo for service in Africa or Southwest Asia; Dutch - a brigade headquarters with some cadre units, SOE, etc.; Norwegians, Danes, etc. - cadre, SOE, etc., Palestine Regiment - three battalions, plus some company-sized supporting arms, and various home service elements in the Mandate; Cyprus - two battalions (mixed 80-20 Greek and Turkish Cypriots), plus service/support elements across the theater and home service elements in Cyprus; Malta - one battalion (presumably field artillery), plus home service elements in Malta; Iraq - one battalion (recruited from the minorities that historically served in the Levies, plus service/support and home service elements; Ethiopia - one battalion, armed and trained to British standards, plus plus service/support and home service elements; Egypt, Iraq, Transjordan, Iran, occupied Libya and occupied Eritrea and Somaliland - limited service/support and home service elements.