"the Polish list for 1939 is now available at Lard Island News. You can find it here: http://toofatlardies.co.uk/blog/?p=1778"This is based on some sterling work by Alexander Kawczynski, who translated the standard Polish infantry manual for the period. It's a three page PDF, much like the army lists in the back of the rulebook: basic platoon structure, support lists, an arsenal table with stats for weapons and vehicles, and a couple of 'national characteristic' rules.
People who know better than I have described this as, quote,
"the most complete and historical Polish army list in a WW2 game that I have come across..."I'm eagerly looking forward to many more lists. Time to buy some kind of binder and more ink for the printer, I think :D