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The 9/11 Teardrop Memorial - I had no clue this poignant memorial existed.  It was a gift to America from the country of Russia and is dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism."

The 9/11 Teardrop Memorial - I had no clue this poignant memorial existed. It was a gift to America from the country of Russia and is dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism."

Premio Pulitzer de fotografía de 1996   Premio para Charles Porter, fotógrafo freelance por la siguiente foto

Premio Pulitzer de fotografía de 1996 Premio para Charles Porter, fotógrafo freelance por la siguiente foto

Spencer Platt, staff photographer, Getty Images "When you first see the image your mind interprets it as the death of a firefighter, as a man who has become one with a landscape of destruction and waste. But on closer inspection you realize that the man is sleeping on the rubble after a night of searching for his lost comrades. It is an image that could have come from the battlefields of the Civil War or the French trenches of World War I." (114)

Spencer Platt, staff photographer, Getty Images "When you first see the image your mind interprets it as the death of a firefighter, as a man who has become one with a landscape of destruction and waste. But on closer inspection you realize that the man is sleeping on the rubble after a night of searching for his lost comrades. It is an image that could have come from the battlefields of the Civil War or the French trenches of World War I." (114)

Pictures From September 11 2001 | September 11, 2001 photo gallery ::

Pictures From September 11 2001 | September 11, 2001 photo gallery ::

9/11 Firefighter  Photo: John Labriola    While most able-bodied occupants of the north tower fled down stairwells to safety, firefighters such as Mike Kehoe (pictured) headed up to help the wounded.    Kehoe's Ladder 11 firehouse lost six men that day, but he survived to face a life forever changed not only by 9/11 but by the iconic image in which he unwittingly appeared.    "In some ways Mike Kehoe came to symbolize the firefighters," Chanin said.    Published September 8, 2011

9/11 Firefighter Photo: John Labriola While most able-bodied occupants of the north tower fled down stairwells to safety, firefighters such as Mike Kehoe (pictured) headed up to help the wounded. Kehoe's Ladder 11 firehouse lost six men that day, but he survived to face a life forever changed not only by 9/11 but by the iconic image in which he unwittingly appeared. "In some ways Mike Kehoe came to symbolize the firefighters," Chanin said. Published September 8, 2011

On the Run    Downtown office workers flee the clowds of smoke that swirled through the streets of lower Manhattan when the towers crumbled.

On the Run Downtown office workers flee the clowds of smoke that swirled through the streets of lower Manhattan when the towers crumbled.

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