Can't Cry Hard Enough
Downloadable Flash presentation featuring the song of the same name.
9/11 Tribute - Amazing Grace on YouTube
Warning: Graphic sounds and sights. The person who put this together later felt it was “unnecessary” and “traumatic” for people to watch.
Photo gallery of New York over the first 13 months, starting on September 11.
September 11 2001 Video
Amateur video as it happened.
CNN - As It Happened - September 11, 2001
This is a 10-hour video which captures CNN’s live coverage of the events of 9/11/2001, from 10:11 am until 9:00 pm. News of the attacks breaks in to an ad during CNN's financial news to report the first plane crashing into the World Trade Center. (Be patient. It is in the middle of the third ad that the news breaks in.)
America Attacked - 911 Pentagon
A link to this Flash site was sent to me by a paramedic with the Arlington County Fire Department who responded to the Pentagon. Her daughter, in the US Army, is is singing on this site.
Attack on America
Photographs taken by George Marengo covering the WTC bombings, rescue, memorials, and closeups of Ground Zero a month later.
Screenshots of Online News Sites - September 11
This collection of screen shots from over 200 news sites around the world was taken on September 11 and 12.
World Trade Center Attack, NYC
Jesse Chan-Norris took these pictures on September 11 and 12.
Aftermath in Lower Manhattan, New York City, NYC
Photographer Lew Hirschberg took these pictures on September 13, 2001 blocks from ground zero.
13 Days - The World Trade Center
Pictures of the first thirteen days after the terrorists highjacked jet airliners and crashed them into the WTC.
Remember September 11, 2001 - Tribute to the Victims of 9/11
This video begins with the audio of emergency communications, and contains more than 5 minutes of images from that day.
Reuters clips of the attacks themselves and subsequent events relating to them.
Washington Post Pentagon Pictures
Pictures from the Pentagon attack.
Remembering the WTC Towers
Photos commemorating the World Trade Center Towers, and those who perished on September 11, 2001.
A photoessay by Eric A. Dunlap. The author has put these images in the public domain.