September 11, 2001 attacks Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of 9/11.
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9/11: A Personal Account

Summary: Provides a personal account of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the United States. Describes the feeling of nationalism that took over the country after the attacks. Compares the event to the French Revolution.
I heard a large crash from outside the window that suddenly caught my attention and to my horror, I saw that a plane had just crashed right into the north tower of the World Trade Center! All my classmates and my teacher came running to the window because the crash was so loud that it could be heard for miles. From below I could see all the people of New York City on the streets staring up at the towers and I knew they must have been just as afraid as I was. Smoke and flames were surrounding the tower and I could feel my heart beginning to stop when I saw how much damage this plane has caused to the tower not to mention the people working there. I began to see things falling from the north tower and the first thought that came to my mind...

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