11/XNUMX: this is how the White House lived, now available on Apple TV +

11S documentary

One of the news that caused the most impact worldwide outside of the attacks of September 11, 2001, at that precise moment the world stopped. Surely all those who lived the experience remember the moment when the news warned of a possible plane crash against the twin towers of New York ...

But in addition to the twin towers, a third plane seemed to have hit the pentagon and finally there was talk of a fourth plane that crashed almost at the same time when its destination was according to the investigators to attack the Capitol.

11/XNUMX: this is how the White House lived

The signature of Cupertino to commemorate the date of these fateful attacks that took the lives of thousands of people, launches a documentary made together with the BBC that will leave no one indifferent. In this case you can see some of the exclusive interviews with President George W. Bush, his chief of staff and advisers when the attacks occurred in the US All of them tell the story of the events that occurred that fateful day and how those decisions they changed the course of history.

This documentary, which lasts just over an hour and a half, brings us up to date on the key moments of this fateful day at the White House. Of course, no president and his advisers had encountered anything similar before, moments that as we say will be recorded in millions of people around the world.

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