While President FDR referred to December 7, 1941 when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor as a “day that will live in infamy”, artist Les Ray has entitled this painting “A Day to Remember” because its theme is that of the men in the store discussing D-Day, the invasion of Normandy by the Allied armed forces on June 6, 1944.
But what makes this patriotic jigsaw puzzle extra special is that the artist included 8 deliberate mistakes in it. This is a historical painting yet there are 8 items that only exist after World War II. According to the Les Ray Studio website, the artist did this on purpose to give the art collectors [who always look in vain for errors] some errors to actually find.
As you and your loved ones assemble this puzzle, make sure to look for these errors. Some will be obvious, some not so much. Feel free to comment below if you find the mistakes, and share this post if you found them.