New York City Firefighting 1901-2001

£16.99

The story of firefighting in New York City is one of danger, tradition, pride, excitement and tragedy. From the gaslight days of horse-drawn steam engines to the World Trade Center tragedy of 2001, the heroic men and women who make up the city’s most dynamic public service have risked and often lost their lives in order to protect and serve the people of New York City.

PAGES
144
SIZE
237 x 167mm
AUTHOR
Steven Scher

FORMAT
Paperback
PICTURES
Colour & Mono
ISBN
9780738509884

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Product Description

The story of firefighting in New York City is one of danger, tradition, pride, excitement and tragedy. It is also the story of man’s triumph over destructive forces. From the gaslight days of horse-drawn steam engines to the World Trade Center tragedy of 2001, the heroic men and women who make up the city’s most dynamic public service have risked and often lost their lives in order to protect and serve the people of New York City. New York City Firefighting 1901-2001 chronicles the proudest fire department in America.