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9/11 World Trade Center Tributes
(Photos From: www.newyorkmetro.com )
(Photo #1) South Tower Is Hit; (Photo#2) South Tower Collapses
A SlideShow of 163 photos, runtime for approx. 16 minutes. The photos are from www.libertynews.org and www.newyorkmetro.com. They are owned by their creators. The SlideShow is accompanied by 1 of 6 Musical Tributes from various artist. To view the SlideShow while hearing your choice from 6 tributes, click on a link below.
WTC Tribute - "Angels in Heaven": (PlayTime: 3:45)
WTC Tribute - "Crimson Tide Sound Track" (1995) and "Independence Day": (PlayTime: 2:25)
WTC Tribute - Diamond Rio - "One More Day": (PlayTime 4:50)
WTC Tribute - Jewel - "Hands": (PlayTime: 2:21)
WTC Tribute - Lee Greenwood - "Proud To Be An American": (PlayTime: 3:11)
In Memory of the Officers of the New York Police Department, nyc.gov/nypd/Tribute To Members of New York City Police Department
In Memory of the Members of the New York Port Authority
America "This movie was made as a gesture of respect and "belongs"
to everyone who grieves".
The World Mourns With Us "People around the world have joined together in though and prayer for the family and friends we have lost".
"Dedicated to the men, women and children who lost their lives; those brave people who gave their lives And the Hero's that responded to the emergency 11 September 2001. Music By Enya "Who Can Say". Photos courtesy of: AP, CNN, NY Newsday, NY Daily News, John O'Sullivan, Colin Walsh, USCG, Families of Victims, Family, Friends & Personal Heroes, Strength and Solace Courtesy of: GOD.
Canine Search and Rescue Tribute "Over 250 canine search and rescue dogs worked around the clock at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon after the September 11th terrorist attacks. These heroes worked without the benefit of gas masks and protective clothing. They climbed and searched places considered to dangerous for humans. This photo tribute is in their honor in recognition of their bravery and heroic efforts. Special recognition is given to search and rescue dog, "Git Ander", who was gunned down upon his return from Ground Zero".
September11News.com "We Will Never Forget - World Trade Center Art".
Jontzen.com/tribute "September 11, 2001 - Never Forget What Happened To The Innocent Thousands".
NewYorkMetro.com/news/articles/wtc/gallery " Day of Terror - A Photo Gallery"
gpoaccess.gov/911 "The 9-11 Commission Final Report".
Complete Coverage The 9/11 Records New York / Region - The New York Times
Time.com/time/photoessays/shattered/ "Photo Essay - Shattered - A remarkable collection of photographs by award-winning photojournalist, James Nachtwey"
Archives.cnn.com/2001/US/09/11/chronology.attack/ September 11: Chronology of Terror, September 12, 2001 Posted: 12:27 PM EDT (1627 GMT) 8:45 a.m. (all times are EDT): A hijacked passenger jet, American Airlines Flight 11 out of Boston, Massachusetts, crashes into the north tower of the World Trade Center, tearing a gaping hole in the building and setting it afire".
WebNews #12 Patriot Day Edition: Sunday September 11, 2005
"On this first observance of Patriot Day, we remember and honor those who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. We will not forget the events of that terrible morning nor will we forget how Americans responded in New York City, at the Pentagon, and in the skies over Pennsylvania -- with heroism and selflessness; with compassion and courage; and with prayer and hope".
"We will always remember our collective obligation to ensure that justice is done, that freedom prevails, and that the principles upon which our Nation was founded endure...."
www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2003/ "Patriot Day, 2003 By the President of the United States of America, A Proclamation".
www.calendar-updates.com"Patriot Day is observed September 11th.
Patriot Day was signed into law on December 18th, 2001 as a day to remember those who lost their lives in the terrorists attacks on our country".
archives.cnn.com"Bush proclaims September 11 'Patriot Day'. September 5, 2002".
Stories: "Two Stories": By Joseph R. Stanaitis: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 7:23 PM
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