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The War on Terrorism - Photo, graphics and video sites

Saturday, December 08, 2001

(Last update: 1/17/02 1:45 p.m.)

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Please send comments and suggested links to Tim Rozgonyi, Post-Gazette Assistant Technology Systems Editor, at

Here Is New York: a Democracy of Photographs - Photographs of the World Trade Center disaster, taken by amateurs and professional photographers alike. Copies of the photos may be purchased, proceeds to go to charity.

Photo Album: New York City: Three Months After - The Office of International Information Programs of the U.S. State Department has launched a new web site that documents the aftermath of the events of September 11th.

America at War: Audio and Video Archive - A complete multimedia archive of key speeches, statements and moments covering the terrorist air attacks on the United States, as well as special features. From

PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL: War Is a Way of Life - a multimedia photo essay about the war in Afghanistan by James Hill. James is an exceptional photographer who produced a similar essay about the war in Chechnya last year. An 11/19/01 page from the New York Times website (requires free registration).

NPPA: "Stories Amidst the Chaos" - Journalist resources, survivors, first-person accounts of the Sept. 11 attacks.

Poynter: Aftermath Behind the Lens - Associated Press staff photographer Richard Drew on what was happening at ground zero.

University of Iowa: Visual Records of the Attacks - A collection of links to Web sites archiving visual records of media coverage of the September 11th air attack and its aftermath on the University of Iowa Communication Studies Resources site -- specifically on one of the pages devoted to visual communication and visual rhetorics.

The Washington Post's "America Under Attack" Photo Pictoral of Afghanistan and Bombings - Daily pic of the day and photo essays.

Editorial Cartoons on the WTC, Pentagon Attacks

Slate: Editorial Cartoons on 9-11 - Cartoonists give their perspective on terrorism.

Fast-Networks Photo Gallery of Tragedy Mourning - A photo gallery of the world mourning.

Eyewitness Accounts and Photos from Sept. 11 WTC Photo Essays - Links to several essays.

The Fine Line: A Photo Essay - This Weblog photo essay tells the story of a narrow escape from the WTC collapse.

Grace Suh: WTC Photo Essay - Another blog site that includes some excellent photography.

WTC and Pentagon photos - GlobeXplorer is making 6 hi-res images of the WTC and Pentagon available. Two of the six images are post-attack.

Seeing the Horror - The Digital Journalist site has a huge package on the attacks, mostly dealing with the WTC, that is very interesting, including interviews with photographers.

INFOGRAPHICS: Visual insights into the brutal terrorist acts against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001 - This weblog presents graphics created to explain the terrorist acts against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. It is updated on a regular basis.

Television Archive - a website dedicated to a complete record, in television video and otherwise, of the coverage of the tragic events of September 11.

Attack Chronology (Flash) from de Volkskrant (Dutch)

The Global Toll (Graphic) from The Times (UK)

Inside Flight 11 (Graphic) from the Sydney Morning Herald

Opposing Forces in Afghanistan(Graphic) from the Sydney Morning Herald.

Rescue and Recovery of WTC/Pentagon(1.2M PDF) from the Seattle Times.

Damaged Manhattan Buildings (Graphic) from the Seattle Times.

Attack on WTC (Graphic) from the Seattle Times.

Attack on Pentagon (Graphic) from the Seattle Times.

Anatomy of Terrorist Attacks (Graphic) from the Seattle Times.

Why Buildings Collapsed (Graphic) from the Seattle Times.

Dangerous Neighborhood (Graphic) from the Seattle Times.

Layout of WTC(Graphic) from Fox News.

Pentagon Blast Area Close Up (Flash) from USA Today.

Gallery of front pages from the day after.

Front pages from special editions.

Links to live streaming video and audio from all over the world.

Time Magazine's "Shattered" - a remarkable collection of photographs by photojournalist James Nachtwey.

Images from space of the World Trade Center twin towers and the Pentagon.

Searching for Hope - September 12, 2001: The scene outside Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital Center was one of desperation as dozen of family and friends of the victims involved in the World Trade Center attack sought information about their loved ones.

MSNBC Live Video Coverage

MSNBC Photo & Video Gallery

Washington Post - Photo Gallery

ABC News Video Coverage

ABC News Video Archive

Yahoo! News - Top Story Photos

USA Today - Photos: The world on alert

Denver Rocky Mountain News - Photos - WTC & Pentagon before and after

Photos from NYC (PowerPoint) wallpaper gallery

The Week in Pictures on - Attack on America was an unprecedented terrorist assault on U.S. soil. September 11, 2001 will forever be etched in our memories. For this editon of "The Week in Pictures" MSNBC has assembled a slide show, video gallery and an interactive look at an event that will live in infamy in U.S. history.

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