For a time, its towers
were the tallest buildings on earth, and The World Trade
Center-an engineering marvel-came to symbolize American
prosperity and strength. Recalling a more innocent era,
this new production from THE HISTORY CHANNEL was filmed
just months before the towers' tragic demise and
subsequently enriched with heartfelt reflection from
host Harry Smith. "World Trade Center: In Memoriam"
charts the history of the towers' construction,
revealing the controversies, decisions and innovations
that surrounded the project, and-through interviews with
those who proudly and ambitiously dreamt, designed and
built the complex-examines the monument as both
architectural achievement and cultural icon. What
emerges is not only a tribute to a building, but an
inspiring and intimate story of the birth and growth of
an American symbol.
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