Not a chance. We'd just finished six hard, painful years of war against Germany. The country was bankrupt, industry was in tatters and our infrastructure was, if anything, even worse.
Any government suggesting a war against one of our wartime allies in 1945/46 would have been lynched.
Spot on, people seem to forget that the UK had just gone through 6 hard years of war and wanted it finished.
Revisionist snowflakes who get all weepy about Dresden also seem the ignore the facts as they were at the time.
I'm still a bit confused as to why the Poles think we should have liberated them from the Soviets and that confusion extends as to why we declared war on Germany because of the Polish invasion of Sept 1939.
I am grateful for the Polish efforts during WW2 but we must not fool ourselves that they were fighting for us, they weren't, they were fighting for their homeland like the Free French and we gave them the opportunity and the equipment.
However I do think it is shameful that HMG gave away Czechoslovakia without a care in 1938.