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MakeWhat We Saw
ModelThe Events of September 11, 2001--In Words, Pictures, and Video [With DVD]
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The definitive account of September 11, capturing in words, pictures, and video every moment of the day that will stay with us forever.

MakeWhat We Saw
ModelThe Events of September 11, 2001--In Words, Pictures, and Video [With DVD]
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September 11, 2001, will be eternally frozen in our memories. Where we were; what we thought; what we felt; what we heard; and especially what we saw will stay with us forever. It was a day -- defined for each of us in an instant -- that we will share with our children and our grandchildren in the years to come. In words and images -- and on a full-length DVD -- "What We Saw" captures those moments. Dan Rather's Introduction sets the stage for an introspective look at the catastrophic events of September 11. "What We Saw" follows a day that started out like any other but ended in silence and sorrow -- from the first interviews by phone with eyewitnesses to a plane crashing into Tower 1 of the World Trade Center to the Towers of Light tribute, six months later. As the world came to a halt that September morning, Dan Rather and his colleagues at CBS News worked tirelessly to provide detailed, accurate coverage of that day and the days that followed. Not only are the events that shook America's biggest city and its capital closely documented, but the tragedies that occurred elsewhere are also examined, from the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania, to the repercussions felt in a small New Jersey commuter town. Among the contributors are Jules Naudet, a French filmmaker who was working on a documentary about New York City firefighters when his subjects were called into service that September morning; "Newsweek's" Anna Quindlen, whose thoughts turn to a young family likely headed on vacation aboard United Airlines Flight 175, "The New Republic's" David Grann, who captures the feeling of hopelessness felt by the families searching for missingloved ones; and CBS's Ed Bradley, who describes the volunteers who flocked to Manhattan with an overwhelming desire to help. Each moment of September 11 and its aftermath is portrayed with candor and honesty by the CBS News correspondents, photographers, camera operators, and journalists who were there. "What We Saw" is an invaluable documentary of a day that changed our world forever.

MakeGround Zero
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On September 11, 2001, a man drifts in a boat off lower Manhattan as the towers burn. He removes a small box from his pocket and presses a button. As he waits for the south tower to collapse, he thinks: No one--absolutely no one--will guess the truth behind the who and why of this day. Years later, Jack's childhood friend, Weezy Connell, fits together the pieces of the puzzle and anonymously posts her conclusions on the Web. When someone comes after her, Jack becomes involved in her troubles and in the paranoid maze of the 9/11 Truth Movement, where conspiracy theories point in every direction. They're all wrong. The truth is stranger, darker, and more evil than anyone can imagine. And if the plot behind it--millennia in the planning--succeeds, it will forever change life on this Earth.

MakeThe World Trade Center
ModelA Tribute
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Towering over the skyline of the greatest city on earth, the World Trade Center stood as twin pillars of international commerce and prosperity. From investment bankers to portfolio traders, the leaders of the business world made deals that touched the lives of all the other nations and peoples of the world. The World Trade Center could never have been more than a dream without the vision and heroism of a brilliant corps of planners, engineers, and builders. They not only made buildings, but created an epicenter of growth and success for people all over the earth. Written by a leading expert on New York's history and landmarks, this book traces the efforts of mayors and other politicians over the years to pave the way for this supreme monument. The author deftly weaves together political, architectural, and financial history. With more than 120 magnificent color photos, The World Trade Center is a glorious tribute to the financial district and the Twin Towers. Although the buildings are no more, they will inspire future generations of Americans as the summit of architectural ambition and the zenith of human achievement. Bill Harris, the author of more than one hundred books, has an unparalleled knowledge of New York's history, architecture, and landmarks. A veteran journalist who worked for the New York Times for more than 20 years, he has written daily radio spots for that newspaper and New York Newsday, and has been an editor for leading news

MakeThe World Trade Center Remembered
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Rising dramatically above all other skyscrapers at the tip of Manhattan, the World Trade Center symbolized New York. From any direction the Towers were lodestars, Manhattan's local mountains. Nearly a decade after the dark events of 9/11, New Yorkers continue to come to terms with the tragedy, and to reminisce about the views of the Towers they once had from their homes and offices. Visitors, too, are remembering how the WTC looked as they approached Manhattan by car, plane, or from the water. As we mourn for the terrible loss of life, we also want to remember.The 72 images of the World Trade Center presented in this book depict a New York we once knew, one we are now working to rebuild. For more than two decades, practically since the Twin Towers were erected, Sonja Bullaty and Angelo Lomeo have been photographing these awesome buildings. The pictures featured here portray the WTC from all directions, starting with views from the east at dawn, and ending with evening views from the west. There are captivating panoramas from Brooklyn, Lower Manhattan, New Jersey, and uptown, taken in all seasons, as well as a section showing the grand Plaza at the center of the buildings. Together, they create an unforgettable portrait of the Twin Towers.Introducing this extraordinary collection of photographs, Paul Goldberger's text evokes the Towers and the city they came to symbolize. He recalls how they evolved in the public mind, targets of criticism to beloved American icon

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