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Old 09-20-2011, 09:35 AM   #1
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Lofgren, Stephen J.:Then Came The Fire.v1.20Sept2011

From the US Army Center for Military History:

The anthology consists of excerpts from the accounts of sixty-one people, both oral interview and written, who were involved as victims or responders in the attack on the Pentagon September 11, 2011, and it provides their stories and perspectives on that day. The range of personal experiences is broad. It includes individuals who watched the plane strike the building, Pentagon occupants-some of whom were badly injured-who sought to escape the burning area, and bystanders and other Pentagon personnel who sought to help and rescue colleagues, as well as people involved in the response and recovery efforts. This book, prepared for the tenth anniversary of the attacks, is an important compilation of personal recountings of the Pentagon on 11 September that will serve to remind future generations of the tragedy and the acts of valor on that day.

The images in the original in color have been retained for those readers that can handle color. The images have been resized to better fit popular e-readers. The original PDF is available from the US Army Center for Military History. It has not been posted on mobileread since it is just slightly larger than the 20 meg posting size because of the large images.

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