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South America was actually extremely important to the British Empire, despite not being part of it. It's often included in the 'informal empire', whereby it's economically and financially so important and so influenced it's effectively a colony. China is also emblematic if this informal empire phenomenon, notably this made itself apparent as the Opium Wars, whereby Britain forcibly enacted British policy on what was supposedly a sovereign nation. The British empire wasn't confined to its own borders, of all foreign British foreign investment in the mid 1800s only a sixth of it lay in the actual Empire, the rest in areas like South America that were vital to getting rich. It was actually mooted to invade south America, but the plan was abandoned as occupation would require far greater manpower than was available to Britain. In the end it was decided to attempt to invade major ports and sources of political power in South America, hence the attempted (and failed) two invasions of Buenos Aeries and the Rio de la Plata. That failure ended our military excursions in South America.
If you look at the War of the Triple Alliance, where Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil completely decimated Paraguay, Britain benefitted hugely from this. It's often postulated in South America that we were an almost direct cause anf financier for this war, but the evidence to suggest so it lacking. What's notable is to how much we benefitted from a war so far away, in a landlocked country, with four countries none of which were British colonies.
Anyway, as for OP, no it doesn't make me angry and I don't know why it might. You did invade Poland, after all.