We Will Never Forget:

Akin to the tragedy of the Holocaust during World War II, innocent people were murdered by those who seek to destroy freedom. The terror attacks on 9-11 started the first war of the 21st century by killing innocent unsuspecting civilians. We shall never forget those who were mass murdered in Germany and Poland during the great war of the last century, and we will never forget those who were murdered and the heroes that gave their lives trying to save others during the attacks on the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center, Flight 93, and the Pentagon.

In honor of those whose lives were lost on September 11th, 2001, we will never forget. In their Memory here is a look back at the first 12 days…

Video Footage
Click HERE to watch RealVideo, captured by chance by Gamma Press USA, showing the 1st plane hitting the twin towers. Video provided by the Washington Post
Click HERE to watch RealVideo of the 2nd plane hit. CNN provided this exclusive angle of the terror attack, which clearly showed the deliberate nature of the attack in vivid clarity.
When news of the terrorist attacks spread around the world, we saw images of the planes hitting the twin towers, but there was no video of the Pentagon. Eventually, surveillance video from the Pentagon was found. The video was misdated "September 12" and was shown as a series of stills. Click HERE to see surveillance footage in RealVideo.

Statements from heads of State to domestic Politicians…
David Letterman’s first show after the attack dealt with the the country’s pain in the now famous interview with an emotional Dan Rather (full text) (video)
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Australia – An aerial view shows that over 5000 people dressed in red white and blue form a human American Flag in tribute to the the victims of the September 11 attacks on America on the beach at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast, Australia Sept 11, 2002.

Steve Holland / AP Photo



Over 80 nations lost loved ones in the 9-11 terror attacks. Now, on September 11, 2006, families around the world are honoring their loved ones, their countrymen, and, in sympathy, honoring innocents from other countries as well.




Image copyrights: "Day01", CNN 2001; "Day 4" Ron Goodman; "Day10", BBC 2001; "Day02" and "Day03" AP 2001; "Day06" The Shreveport Times 2001; "Dan Rather and David Letterman" CBS & World Wide Pants 2001. – Additional copyrights: "The Late Show with David Letterman" transcript and video clips are property of CBS and World Wide Pants.

A New York State EMT mourns at a reflecting pool at the base of the former twin towers of the World Trade Center on the third anniversary of the attacks, September 11, 2004 in New York.

Pool / Reuters Photo

The ‘Tribute in Light’ marks the third anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, as it towers above the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, September 11, 2004. Americans rang church bells, remembered the nearly 3,000 dead and gathered to pray to mark the anniversary of the devastating September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. The rays of light came from where the twin towers once stood.

Photo by Peter Morgan / Reuters Photo

On 9/11/04 New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, N.J. Governor, and N.Y. Governor George Pataki, right, participate in a N.Y. memorial service for Port Authority employees who were victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.

Photo by Ed Bailey / Pool / Reuters

Twin beacons of light symbolizing the World Trade Center Twin Towers shine Tuesday Sept. 10, 2002 above the Paris town hall, in memory of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The beacons will shine for two successive evenings.

Remy de la Mauviniere / AP Photo

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London Police Officer, Daniel Couse, takes a picture of the ground zero area, during the first anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, in New York, Wednesday Sept. 11, 2002. 340 police member of the United Kingdom came to show their solidarity to people who died on the attacks.

Tomas Munita / AP Photo