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9/11 Encyclopedia, The: Volumes 1 and 2 Stephen Atkins

9/11 Encyclopedia, The: Volumes 1 and 2

Stephen Atkins

Published May 30th 2008
ISBN : 9781281777157
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648 pages
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This book presents a thorough examination of the events surrounding the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Horror- Sadness- Protests- Military action- Conspiracy theories: From personal loss to economic upheaval to a paradigm shift in U.S. foreign relations,MoreThis book presents a thorough examination of the events surrounding the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Horror- Sadness- Protests- Military action- Conspiracy theories: From personal loss to economic upheaval to a paradigm shift in U.S. foreign relations, perhaps no event in the past 100 years has impacted American life so greatly as the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. This comprehensive two-volume set details every event leading up to 9/11, going back a decade prior to the attacks, and including all participants from any place in the world. Also covered are events since the attack that have influenced our understanding of the ordeal. With A-Z entries, descriptive sidebars, and over 40 primary documents, The 9/11 Encyclopedia is an essential source for understanding one of the blackest marks on the pages of American history.Volume one presents A-Z entries on the event, including: conspiracy theories- economic impact of 9/11- FBI and 9/11- Flight 93- Hamburg Group- John ONeill- Khalid Sheik Mohammad- Logan Airport- Mohammad Atta- New York Fire Department- Osama Bin Laden- Tamzi Ahmed Yousef- and World Trade Center Bombing (1993).Volume two includes over 40 primary documents relating to the event. Selections include: Osama Bin Ladens declaration of Jihad- Richard Clarkes memorandum to Condoleezza Rice on Al-Quaeda- oral testimony from survivors of the 9/11 attack- interview with Mullah Umar Muhammad- and the White House declaration on the human treatment of Al Quaeda and Taliban Detainees.