Hi-Line recalls 9/11
Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson
Ilse Wagner, 82, on Tuesday afternoon sits in her living room with her Pekingese dog Liebling, which is German for "darling," and her book "Refugee: Memories Of War," which she wrote about fleeing with her sisters to western Germany as World War II was ending. Wagner was visiting Czechoslovakia on 9/11.
It was a moment frozen in time.
To previous generations, it was the moment they heard about Pearl Harbor being attacked or the second they learned that President John Kennedy had been assassinated.
But today's generations will never forget when the...