September 11 in New York: 9/11 Early Signs and Aftermath

September 11 in New York: 9/11 Early Signs and Aftermath

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by Vook
     
 

"September 11 in New York: 9/11 Early Signs and Aftermath" presents a detailed timeline of the events that unfolded on that tragic day, from multiple New York perspectives. This concise digital volume gives you a sense of the civilian experience on the ground and the victims’ plight in and around the towers. You’ll examine the behind-the-scenes

Overview

"September 11 in New York: 9/11 Early Signs and Aftermath" presents a detailed timeline of the events that unfolded on that tragic day, from multiple New York perspectives. This concise digital volume gives you a sense of the civilian experience on the ground and the victims’ plight in and around the towers. You’ll examine the behind-the-scenes efforts of government officials, rescue heroes and media coverage of the event. With this Brief History, you can appreciate the full magnitude of the event, putting years of reports and tributes into context.

You’ll also gain insight into critical events and acts of courage, including:

  • The Attack on the First Tower
  • Confusion on the Ground
  • Attack on the Second Tower
  • Early Rescue Efforts
  • New Yorkers Mobilize
  • Honoring the Victims
  • “Ground Zero”
  • A Chilling Prediction
  • Commemoration of the Event

...and more. Lesser-known “Did You Know” facts provide added dimension throughout this Brief History.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781614306436
Publisher:
Vook Inc.
Publication date:
08/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
339,256
File size:
22 MB
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September 11 in New York: 9/11 Early Signs and Aftermath 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Twin towers....we will remember.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago