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.
Polish soldiers with the Red Army are ordered back across the river leaving the Home Army to carry on the fight alone.
The Praga district of Warsaw becomes the new front line as 150,000 Red Army soldiers descend on the remaining 50,000 German troops. Day 44 of the Warsaw Uprising.
An original German Enigma encryption machine, whose code was broken by Polish mathematicians, is to be purchased and become a part of a permanent exhibition at the Museum of Polish History.
Day 43 of the Warsaw Uprising and the Soviets start engaging German troops in combat. British vlogger Patrick Ney explains how, as planes battle it out in the skies above the capital, religious faith played a key role in bolstering the Poles’ morale.
Over 80 family members of British World War II prisoners of war who spent time in the Stalag VIII B Lamsdorf German Army prisoner of war camp in present-day Łambinowice, southwestern Poland, visited the site on Tuesday.
The Germans begin to focus their attentions on Stalin’s advancing Red Army giving the Polish resistance renewed hope of victory. But in America the US president tells Churchill there is nothing more they can do to help the Uprising and Polish pleas for Soviet supplies to be airdropped in, mysteriously fail to get through.
The Warsaw Uprising Museum (MPW) has reported that the new US ambassador to Poland, Georgette Mosbacher, visited the museum on Monday.
Morale is boosted when the Red Army finally begins to bomb German positions and Allied planes are allowed to fly into Soviet-controlled airspace and drop supplies to the beleaguered Polish fighters. But the joy is short-lived as Stalin’s troops aren’t coming as liberators but as occupiers…