Really ? Please provide a quote of official statement of Polish government expecting Germany to conduct limited fighting in Gdansk.That is in fact what happened, but it is not what the Polish Government expected.
It expected that it would not be facing an all-out German attack, but rather limited fighting against only a part of the German forces in Danzig and the Corridor.
I see Millls you corrected your version after people pointed out your mistake and forgetting that Endecja didn't run the country.Neverthless I am really surprised you are talking about including "idea of hostility towards Germany" and westward expansion.After It was Germany that expanded eastwards.As to hostility shouldn't you blame Frederick the Great, Bismarck and Prussian authorites who treated and persecuted Poles as second class citizens and inferior savages for including hostility in Poles towards Germany ? As well as Weimar's Republic economic war against Poland and desire to destroy Polish state ?and achieve the long-cherished aim of the Dmowski wing of Polish nationalism of expanding westwards to the Oder.
[Note: Although Endecja was in opposition to Sanacja and oppressed by it, many of its ideas had been adopted in principle by the Sanacja leaders after the death of Pilsudski, including the idea of hostility toward Germany and westward expansion
"gain a free hand to secure a peaceful change of the borders in the East and [...] concentrate on a later incorporation of German territories in the East"
"[A] final and lasting recapitalisation of Poland must be delayed until the country is ripe for a settlement of the border according to our wishes and until our own position is sufficiently strong.1
"until [Poland's] economic and financial distress has reached an extreme stage and reduced the entire Polish body politic to a state of powerlessness".2
1. Stresemann in an article for the Hamburger Fremdenblatt, 10 April 1922, quoted after Martin Broszat, 200 Jahre deutsche Polenpolitik, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1972, p. 220.
2. Stresemann in a letter to the German ambassador in London, quoted after Broszat (see above), p. 224.
So your claims of Polish inspired hostility towards Germany are really misplaced.If they are political leaders that can be blamed they are:Frederick the Great, Otto von Bismarck, Gustav Stresemann, and countless others Prussian and German officials as well as writers and ideologists such Georg Forster.