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9/11

9/11

created by paulfunI, 4 years ago in History

Many of us still remember this day very clearly - where we were, the horror of the situation, the pictures...

Tags 911, Sep 11, September 11 attacks

This game has 24 questions

Comments (9)

~Kyle

~Kyle

ugh not middle east :( i live in usa i went to new york and near the freedom tower

3 years ago

makropulos

makropulos

I was away working in Paris - so it all happened mid-afternoon just as I got back to my hotel room. My best friend in New York lives about 20 blocks North of the site of the twin towers, so he was the first person I contacted.

It's still a shattering memory.

3 years ago

j22983

j22983

Unbelievable tragedy. Our country is STILL not over it, and we never will be. Horrible, horrible day. I was driving to work and heard it on the radio. I didn't think it was real. When the second plane crashed into the WTC, I began to cry because I knew it was a deliberate act, and not an accident as everyone first thought. Everyone remembers the WTC victims, but few still mention the victims at the Pentagon, and the heroic efforts of those who took over the plane to crash it in the field in rural PA to save more lives. They were so brave, and suffered to sacrifice their lives for others. They are the true heroes.

3 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

And thanks harrison, for your comment.

4 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

We watched at the film United 93 yesterday, the Swedish state controlled channel ran it. It was unbelievably claustrophobic - made like a documentary. The feelings afterwards were many. We are happy to be alive... What are there to complain about, really?
Thanks, Wentu and slaaty, for sharing these memories with us.

4 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

And slaaty wrote:
"Living on the US West Coast, it was only 6 AM when I was driving to park to take the ferry into Seattle. I flipped on the radio & a music channel was reporting this unbelievable news, so I switched to an all news station. Grabbed a transistor radio and listened to the appalling developments as I crossed the water to my job in Seattle. It was all very surreal.

The next two or three weeks was like living in a different world. No ads on TV. Quiet blue skies. Mutually supportive sobriety among most of the people I encountered. Things I wished that I could enjoy more fully. I had no direct connection to anyone killed on that day. The daughter of my first cousin lived in lower Manhattan at the time, and evacuated north on foot. I know she saw some people jump. That was my closest personal connection.

Wentu, was your departure delayed? "

4 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

Wentu wrote on the community pages:
"I have been in the US only once, it was summer 2001. I was in Vermont, Montpelier.
As any day in those 3 weeks in Vermont, I had to wake up early and go togheter with a dozen guys and girls in a park to build a stone staircase. That morning the coordinator called us because he had to tell us something . I was collecting some logs and i arrived when the speech had already begun since a few seconds probably and I thought he was describing a sort of action movie where someone had an airplane crush in the WTC. That had to be a movie because it sounded too far fetched, too strange. I sort of asked to someone "is he talking about a movie or what ?". "No, it happened for real!". I remember as it were yesterday, how strange the little capital of Vermont seemed during that afternoon. Everything was strange. No one of us volunteers knew if they could come back to their home. I am ashamed to say we were also thinking a lot about our fate because the only sure thing was that everything was blocked, no airports, no flights, no internet in the first hours, nothing. Two of us had been in new york a few weeks before and i remember them wondering if "that girl, so nice, working in a bar in the wtc , was still alive or not".
Those days , i'll never forget them, i am sure. "

4 years ago

harrison

harrison

I was in my classroom in 2nd grade. We had this little TV we never used but it was put on that day when the attacks happened. I felt confused.

4 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

I was walking the streets of Stockholm, when I heard a rumour that a small plane had crashed into a building in NY. Later on the same day, we heard it was a bigger airplane... Tv screens ran the sequences over and over again. Nightmarish!

4 years ago