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September 11th, 2001: The Day That Changed The World: Aftermath (Films and Websites)
At age 11, Brook decided to make a film about that fateful day and its aftermath to give his fellow students and teachers at Ground Zero area schools a chance to share with the world their experiences.
Featuring interviews with key political figures including President George W Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Rudolph Giuliani, Michael Bloomberg, and media heavy hitters Dan Rather, Tom Brokaw, Matt Lauer and Matthew Broderick.
NOVA returns to Ground Zero to witness the final chapter in an epic story of engineering, innovation, and the perseverance of the human spirit. 'Ground Zero Supertower' examines the new skyscraper, One World Trade Center, rising up 104 stories and 1,776 feet from the site where the Twin Towers once stood.
A firefighter searching for the body of his life-long friend; a teenage girl mourning her stepfather; a Franciscan friar ministering to the dead; the future FDNY Chief of Department worrying about a potential building collapse. These are just a few of the thousands of people captured by photographer Andrea Booher, who had unprecedented access to the rescue and recovery operations at Ground Zero. Booher uses the battered green notebook she carried at the Trade Center to track down the people in nearly a dozen of her favorite pictures, gets them to tell, for the first time, the riveting personal stories behind the photographs.
Dan Rather reports on a once vibrant underground city-within-a-city that is now a 16-acre burial ground. It's a place where the effort to rebuild -- both physically and psychologically -- faces extraordinary challenges.
On the tenth anniversary of 9/11, NOVA presents an epic story of engineering, innovation, and the perseverance of the human spirit. With extraordinary access granted by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Engineering Ground Zero follows the five-year construction of One World Trade Center (1 WTC) and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
History's Emmy Award-winning, and critically acclaimed documentary chronicled the terror of 9/11 in real-time. It is a minute by minute account of the catastrophe unfolding, using footage from numerous sources.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is the country’s principal institution concerned with exploring 9/11, documenting its impact, and examining its continuing significance. Honoring those who were killed in the 2001 and 1993 attacks is at the heart of our mission.
On Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001, the U.S. came under attack when four commercial airliners were hijacked and used to strike targets on the ground. Nearly 3,000 people tragically lost their lives. Because of the actions of the 40 passengers and crew aboard one of the planes, Flight 93, the attack on the U.S. Capitol was thwarted.
UNTOLD STORIES OF EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SERVICE IN THE WAKE OF 9/11
When we think of the first responders to the attacks on September 11, 2001, we often think of the courageous police officers, firefighters, and emergency workers who raced towards the World Trade Center.
Equally important were the heroic actions taken by the U.S. military in the days and months that followed—those who were inspired to join the service and those who deployed into harm’s way.
A digital archive of stories from witnesses, survivors, rescue and recovery workers, and other communities impacted by the 9/11 attacks, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and the ongoing repercussions of both events.