German troops attack hospitals, setting them on fire and killing all the patients and 98 AK soldiers are gunned down after emerging from the sewers. The Germans then turn their attention to the northern district of Żoliborz.
As the district of Mokotów threatens to fall into German hands, Polish defenders plan their escape through the sewers.
The district of Mokotów becomes the centre of the battle with German tanks and troops attacking from the west.
The Soviets begin a disinformation campaign that makes it hard for the Western allies to provide aid to the beleaguered Polish fighters.
Soviet and German artillery exchange fire, adding to the destruction. Meanwhile civilians brave the inferno and try to cross Vistula in a desperate attempt to get to safety.
German forces turn their attention to the south of the city and the exhausted, poorly-armed and outnumbered AK troops. Weeks of non-stop combat is beginning to take its toll.
Day 51 of the Warsaw Uprising. As the fighting and killing continues, British vlogger Patrick Ney looks at the personal tragedies of some of the Home Army soldiers.
Polish soldiers with the Red Army are ordered back across the river leaving the Home Army to carry on the fight alone.
US bombers begin dropping supplies but less than one-in-five land in Home Army territory. Meanwhile, although Polish soldiers fighting with the Red Army have crossed the river, the thousands of much-hoped for Soviet forces remain on the other side.
The Polish 1st army of the Red Army has arrived and although better armed than the Polish Home Army have little experience of close-quarter fighting consequently the death toll is high.