Pentagon 9/11

Pentagon 9/11

A lot has been written about the Twin Towers on September 11th. Here’s your chance to find out more about the attack on the Pentagon and the rebuilding efforts. Published by the Defense Department, Pentagon 9/11 provides insightful details into the damage inflicted upon the Pentagon by the terrorist attack. Colored photographs, graphs, charts, and maps of the Pentagon before and after the terrorist attack give us a clear and shocking picture of what it was like to be at the Pentagon when this devastating event occurred and the efforts to repair the building and heal a nation.

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2 Responses to Pentagon 9/11

  1. Matthew Morovic says:

    I do not agree with the views of this book. It is written by a government entity and it should not be given space on our shelves at UWW.

  2. Government Documents Librarian says:

    The Library receives many materials, including this title, as an official depository for federal government publications. One of the reasons for being a depository is to keep the public informed about its government. Besides documents there also are many non-government publications in the Library on a wide variety of topics that contain information with which individuals may disagree. The Library does not attempt to provide materials with one particular view only; as part of a university we support faculty and student efforts to examine issues from a variety of viewpoints, consider the available information critically, ask questions, and engage in meaningful debate.

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