Courage After the Crash: Flight 93 Aftermath : an Oral & Pictorial Chronicle
SAJ Publishing, 2002 - 200 Seiten
Courage After the Crash is the definitive chronicle of the aftermath of the United Flight 93. On September 11, 2001, the courageous passengers and crew of Flight 93 began the defense of the USA. Their revolt saved hundreds or thousands of lives and made them American heroes. When the 747 crashed in rural Somerset County, Pennsylvania, another group of men and women responded with compassion, determination, and quiet courage. These emergency crews, police officers, investigators, support personnel, counselors and community volunteers helped begin the healing of the USA. Courage After the Crash is a hardbound book with 200 pages of pictures and first-person accounts that tells an unforgettable and uplifting story of American compassion, courage, and patriotism.
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