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September 11, 2001 Paperback – November 5, 2001. by Max Frankel (Foreword).

September 11, 2001 Paperback – November 5, 2001. I know I want many memories of the World Trade Centers, I NEVER want to forget that they existed.

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On Tuesday September 11, our world changed forever. The United States was attacked by an unknown terrorist organization. Word of this attack spread instantaneously around the world. Billions of people woke up on September 12 to find that the front page of their local newspaper was devoted to the tragedy of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

This is an incomplete list of books about the September 11 attacks. In the first 10 years since the September 11, 2001 attacks, dozens of books were published that focus specifically on the topic or on subtopics such as just the attacks on World Trade Towers in New York City, and more have been published since. A number of publications have released their own rankings of books about 9-11. The Guardian, in September 2011, provided a listing by three panelists of what they felt to be the 20 best.

Frankel, Max (November 14, 2001). Turning Away from the Holocaust".

Frankel is the author of the book High Noon in the Cold War – Kennedy, Khrushchev and the Cuban Missiles Crisis (Ballantine, 2004 and Presidio 2005) and, also, his memoir, The Times of My Life and My Life with the Times (Random House, 1999, and Delta, 2000). Frankel, Max (November 14, 2001).

On September 11, 2001, 125 people inside the Pentagon were killed. A satellite image of the Pentagon reconstruction was taken September 7, 2001 by the IKONOS satellite over Washington, . four days before the terrorist attack. Space Imaging/Getty Images

On September 11, 2001, 125 people inside the Pentagon were killed. The losses were devastating, but it could have been even worse. Space Imaging/Getty Images. Donald Dusenberry is a structural engineer who co-authored a landmark report for the American Society of Civil Engineers on the damage sustained by the Pentagon on 9/11 and the lessons learned from its resilience.

9/11 September 1. 001, New York, New York. 18 Years We will never forget . Non-profit organisation. Italians of Brooklyn- Arcadia Publishing. Remember 911.

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11. attacks were God's punishment for America's actions against Islam - Osama bin Laden.

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On Tuesday September 11, our world changed forever. The United States was attacked by an unknown terrorist organization. Word of this attack spread instantaneously around the world. Billions of people woke up on September 12 to find that the front page of their local newspaper was devoted to the tragedy of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.September 11, 2001 is a collection of 150 front pages of major newspapers throughout the world.

Comments: (7)

santa
Dozens of books related to the September 11th tragedy have been published in the last year, with many providing pictures of minute-by-minute events on that horrible day. This book is merely a reproduction of many of the front pages of our nation's (and the world's) newspapers the day after the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon were attacked by terrorists.
It is interesting what approaches the papers took that day. From half-page type to vivid pictures of the plane's impact into the second tower to the San Francisco Chronicles use of a word that one wouldn't expect to be used as a headline, it is a unique and interesting chronicle of that day.
Other reviewers have claimed that this book is an exploitation of the people impacted by that day, but it really isn't. You don't see pictures of people leaping to their death, you just see the news. It happened, it will always be a part of our history and it should be documented. I think this book does a good job of doing that.
Obviously, it is not the best book on chronically the events of that day. Others show the collapse of the building, the jumping victims, the bravery of the fire and police, but this one does a great job of showing how the nation and the world reacted.
JoJolar
(...) This is not a collection of photos of the 9/11 tragedies, per se, but a collection of 9/12 newspaper front pages from nearly all the major US dailies, the biggest national papers (USA Today, WSJ, Christian Science Monitor), plus several major newspapers from around the world. Horrible as the events of that day were, it is interesting (and revelatory in some cases) to see how the events were covered. Obviously the NYC and Washington newspapers had a special closeness to the events but there is plenty to learn from reviewing the coverage in distant cities and small towns across North America, by US allies and traditionally non-allied nations (and even a few enemy states), and of editorial decisions about headline phrasing and photo selection. In a way, a book like this makes a case, for better or worse, for the world as global village. Not for the feint-hearted, perhaps, but an interesting collection and certainly worth preserving.
Cordanius
This is a collection of all newspaper and magazine front covers from September 12, 2001...sometimes you can actually read parts of the articles. The photos are spectacular. I bought this book so that I'd never forget how we all felt on that day. Truly a remarkable book.
Downloaded
AWSOME BOOK! I love it, i still have it in the wrapping but i have seen other peoples and it is amazing to look at!
FRAY
Lost mine due to recent flooding....SO glad I was able to find a replacement on here!!
Hulore
This is a collection of images of front pages mostly from around the United States, no Washington D.C paper though. Some are small town papers, Iowa is represented three times. Presented in alphabetical order by state at first it is an exciting examination to see the headlines and chosen photos, some of the articles are readable. As the parade continues the same headlines continue to appear as they were probably written by one person and repeated for all the papers associated with the same media outlets as one picture appears repeatedly. Interesting to see what was known on the first day.

Also includes a few papers from around the globe, but none from any area that was accused of the behavior which is interesting and telling as what they think is not revealed. Hmmm.
Ynye
As a native New Yorker who had looked at those two icons from my Brooklyn home every day, I found this book to be a wonderful tribute. I always took for granted that the World Trade Centers would be there to admire, visit and enjoy. Now, I have this book instead.

Although I was disappointed in my purchase of "September 11th, A Testimony" by Reuters that I bought here at amazon, (see my review) I really am happy with this purchase. It is fascinating to see every publications' coverage of that unbelievably horrifying and disastrous day in American history. It's as if you were able to go out and purchaseevery single newspaper from all over the globe, only beautifully packaged in one convenient and fascinating book.

What happened in Washington DC, Pennsylvania, and here at home for me was unforgettable, and something I honestly won't get over. I didn't have a personal loss in human form, as many unfortunate victims and their loving families have suffered, but I lost the WTCs! I can't go out on my terrace and look at the formerly impressive, now unbearably flat looking NYC skyline and see those twin icons of Americas #1 largest city. In the morning they glinted and glittered with a golden sunrise glow. In the midday, they shone in a fantastically bright silver white like precious platinum. In the summer sun they shimmered in the heat. At sunset, they glowed orange deeper and deeper until sundown, when all those thousands of lights came on and made a statement on that one of a kind skyline, like no other building(s) do now. Looking at that skyline makes me sad instead of awed like before. The only thing sadder was coming home at 8:55AM 9/11, to see one burning, then both, going to my mailbox, and never seeing EITHER one live ever again. Tower two fell when I went out, and the smoke was too thick to ever see tower one again until it too, turned to dust.

I think sharing my thoughts beyond the book review can help. Now that you know this subject means alot to me, perhaps my positive endorsement will help you judge for yourself if YOU would like to own this book too. It is certainly a very different take on the 9/11 tragedy that can augment your other selections, or stand on it's own for it's originality.

For anyone who wants a great tribute to the shattering events of September 11, 2001, and how it affected the world in wonderfully archival form, this is a great selection to add to your personal book collection. I know I want many memories of the World Trade Centers, I NEVER want to forget that they existed. You can help keep the memory alive for yourself too, with this great tribute.
September 11, 2001 download epub
Americas
Author: Max Frankel
ISBN: 0740724924
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing; Original ed. edition (November 15, 2001)
Pages: 160 pages