A panel of historians discusses the different ways D-Day has been remembered in United States and abroad. In the U.S., D-Day has been widely memorialized through monuments, museums and film. By contrast, in Germany, there is not a single museum marking the D-Day invasion. The panel also looks at how different countries have changed their views on D-Day over the years. For example, in some countries sympathetic to the Nazis, D-Day was originally seen in defeatist terms, but has since come to be viewed as the liberation of Europe.