September 11, 2001 began like any other day in NewYork. When the first plane flew into the World TradeCentre, people across the world shared with Americathe horror of this unfolding terrorist attack that wouldsee one day change the world.
The definitive account of the decisive moments of 9/11, combining interviews with high profile politicians and their behind the scenes advisers.
Now, through the memories of America’s key decision-makers, this film goes behind the scenes to show –minute by minute – how the men and women at theheart of American power struggled to manage theassault on their nation.
Using archive and interview, this film shows how eventsunfurled on board Air Force One, in the offices, thebunkers and the military headquarters as the President,advisers, security services and the military tried to piecetogether what was happening, who was attacking thecountry and what was going to happen next.
Theprogramme includes interviews with the key peopleinvolved in the decision making behind the scenes thatday, including the FBI and CIA.
For the first time, 9/11: Day that Changed the Worldoffers a complete picture of the decisive moments ofthat day in one programme.
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