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London after Air Raid Attack, September 1940

25 Sep

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Remembering September 11th

6 Sep

Ten years after the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, we remember and here, just take a look back.

The South Tower falls

Firemen struggle to extinguish blazes near the disaster site

Rescue workers carry Fire Department Chaplain Father Mychal Judge from the rubble. Father Judge was killed by falling debris

Firefighters search for survivors in the wreckage

A rescue worker pauses to rest during the search and rescue operation

Survivors leave the World Trade Center site shortly after the attack

Firefighters amidst the rubble

People emerge from the dust cloud of the wreckage

The lobby of the World Financial Center in the days after the attack

The skeleton of the building collapses in on itself

A sign in Times Square memorializes a firefighter killed when the Towers collapsed

A man searches posters at St. Vincent’s Hospita

Yellow ribbons are tied to a fence near the disaster site

Photographs from the archive of TIME photographer James Nachtwey.

The 1927 Mississippi River flood photos

12 May

The 1927 Mississippi River flood was one of the most devastating floods in American history. It caused over $400 million in damages, killed 246 people and left thousands homeless.

Streets at West Hartlepool early in the First World War

21 Apr
York Road

Blake Street

Grosvenor Street

Sandringham Road

Sussex Street

Christopher Street

Crimdon Street

Dene Street

Mary Street

Scarborough Street