The Day that Shook the World: Understanding September 11th
Jenny Baxter, Malcolm Downing
BBC Worldwide, 2001 - Disasters - 224 pages
Throughout the world, the BBC News team is respected for its authority, balance and integrity. In the light of recent tragic events, the team has produced a book of essays to explain to the general reader why the World Trade Centre attack occurred. This volume includes contributions by some of the most prominent foreign correspondents: Fergal Keane; Stephen Evans; George Alagiah; Brian Hanrahan; Gordon Corera; Paul Reynolds; John Simpson; Mike Wooldridge; Barnaby Mason; Orla Guerin; Bridget Kendall; Andrew Marr; Jeff Randall; Jonathan Marcus; and Allan Little.
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