102 Minutes That Changed America
This chronological account of September 11th offers a moment-by-moment analysis of the terrorist attacks as witnessed by New Yorkers. Over 100 sources provide real-time visual and audio recordings during and after the fall of the towers and share their personal stories and recollections of this moment in American history.
2-hour runtime; Fair Use copyright clearance
Sept 11 at 8:46AM*
*This program will be simulcast on HISTORY, A&E, and BIO as well as History.com
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