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Oklahoma City Bombing 1995 ~~ Firefighters are stunned by the twisted rubble left by today's bombing.

Okc national memorial essay contest to win The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum Student Essay Contest is open to students in grades five through twelve. To be considered, you submit a 500 - word.

A Los Angeles Times reporter makes use of hundreds of interviews, including a detailed, exclusive interview with Timothy McVeigh, to explore McVeigh's motives--and the movement behind them--for bombin

A Los Angeles Times reporter makes use of hundreds of interviews, including a detailed, exclusive interview with Timothy McVeigh, to explore McVeigh's motives--and the movement behind them--for bombin

Timothy McVeigh (US Army and security guard) was a domestic terrorist who was responsible for the Oklahoma City Bombing.  The blast killed 168 and injured over 800.  McVeigh was simply seeking revenge for government handling of Waco.  He was executed on 06/11/2001

1997 Timothy McVeigh was convicted of murder and conspiracy in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people.

Plaque explaining the victims oklahoma city national memorial and museum

Plaque explaining the victims oklahoma city national memorial and museum

Topper, a search and rescue dog who began his career at the site of the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995, being the first FEMA dog deployed to the rubble of the Murrah Building.

Topper, a search and rescue dog who began his career at the site of the Oklahoma City bombing on April being the first FEMA dog deployed to the rubble of the Murrah Building.

Beyond Repair On May 23, 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was demolished, and the last three missing victims' bodies were recovered. The site is now home to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, which honors the victims  Read more: The Oklahoma City Bombing: A Look Back - Photo Essays - TIME http://content.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1982767,00.html#ixzz2qPCmbJsq

The Oklahoma City Bombing: A Look Back - Photo Essays

Beyond Repair On May the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was demolished, and the last three missing victims' bodies were recovered. The site is now home to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, which honors the victims. From Time Magazine

Get information on the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, including the history behind it, the design, location, exhibits and the Survivor Tree.

Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

Shirt honoring a Marine who died in the bombing, on fence oklahoma city national memorial and museum

Shirt honoring a Marine who died in the bombing, on fence oklahoma city national memorial and museum

McVeigh and Nichols cited the federal government's actions against the Branch Davidian compound in the 1993 Waco Siege (shown above) as a reason they perpetrated the Oklahoma City bombing

McVeigh and Nichols cited the federal government's actions against the Branch Davidian compound in the 1993 Waco Siege as a reason they perpetrated the Oklahoma City bombing.

'It doesn't get easier': Aren Almon-Kok, pictured at the memorial for her daughter Baylee, who was killed in the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 the day after her first birthday

EXCL: Mom of baby girl in the Oklahoma City bombing photo 20 years on

The Oklahoma City bombing on April killed 168 people. One picture encapsulated the terror: a firefighter cradling the lifeless body of Baylee Almon, who would be 21 this year.

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