President Bush's speech 9/11/01 from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana

President Bush's speech 9/11/01 from the Oval Office

Mayor Giuliani and aides talk about 9/11/01  from Time Man Of The Year

Brian Clark  was working in his office on the 84th floor of WTC2 on 9/11/01.  He was one of only a few survivors from above the Impact zone.

Fighting to Live as the Towers Died    Stories of survivors and victims

First Anniversary:  President Bush's speech 9/11/02 from Ellis Island


"I feel this way about it. World trade means world peace and consequently the World Trade Center buildings in New York ... had a bigger purpose than just to provide room for tenants. The World Trade Center is a living symbol of man's dedication to world peace ... beyond the compelling need to make this a monument to world peace, the World Trade Center should, because of its importance, become a representation of man's belief in humanity, his need for individual dignity, his beliefs in the cooperation of men, and through cooperation, his ability to find greatness."

Minoru Yamasaki  Architect of World Trade Center