The most pivotal battle in World War II history is an event that should never be forgotten. When Allied troops stormed the French beaches of Normandy in June 1944, the war changed, and the Allies gathered momentum and turned that into a victory just over a year later. The Carnegie Science Center screens a film highlighting the importance of this day on its giant Rangos theater screen. The film, D-Day Normandy 1944, breaks down the battle through five chapters and depicts how American technology helped the Allies to victory. The film is in 3-D and suitable for viewers of all ages.