Will the September 11 attacks ever be forgotten about in history?
- 3 weeks ago
No. There may be some that don't know about it, especially children of irresponsible parents that don't bother to tell them but it will always be remembered.
- LLv 53 weeks ago
Only those born after the attack will even know about it - especially if their teachers do not teach them about it.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Sure it will, just give it time. Did you know that Congress investigated the destruction of the ship that supposedly got us into the Spanish-Assmercan war, then the Navy investigated it. All signs point to the 'Remember the Maine' incident as self-inflicted. We GOT INTO A WAR OVER IT - we wanted to attack Mexico and we needed a reason. If you are familiar with the phrase 'Remember the Maine' - then you probably don't know we did ourselves that time - and probably every time since. People have forgotten.
- JeancommunicatesLv 74 weeks ago
Not in American History, it will not be forgotten. It is even in the Holy Bible
Isaiah 30:25b KJV "....in the day of the great slaughter, when the towers fall."
The Old Prophet Isaiah saw it in the future and wrote about it.
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- tham153Lv 74 weeks ago
Historians who specialize in North America will probably remember it a couple thousand years from now, but how many people today remember the Roman Empire's slaughter of the Dacians?
- 4 weeks ago
Even covid-19 is forgotten now in the election stunds
- dain978Lv 54 weeks ago
Its history. Get over it.
- ElaineLv 74 weeks ago
It will be remembered but not necessarily for the reasons people may think. History tends to be a little more objective in looking at past events. When today's Americans think about Pearl Harbor do they remember the personal tragedies or do they think of it as the single event that brought the US into WW2? In time 9/11 may be remembered as the event which brought about the creation of Homeland Security, or the US invasion of Iraq, or the cause of the downfall of Saddam Hussein, etc.
As an example why do we remember the Ides of March and the assassination of Julius Caesar? It certainly isn't due to our personal feelings of loss but due to what the consequences for Rome were.
- Incorrect AnswerLv 64 weeks ago
No but as it will get to the point that there is no close family left of the victims, movies will be made about it like the Titanic. I mean, things get so old it's not offensive any more to dramatise it.
- 4 weeks ago
September 11 who?