She’s back at it again.
John Zajac, 87, works Wednesday on a D-Day memorial that he created on the front lawn of his home in Chicago's Hegewisch neighborhood. The photograph on the wall behind the memorial shows a scene of the D-Day landing on June 6, 1944.
World War II Air Force veteran John Zajac, 87, created a D-Day memorial Wednesday outside his home in Chicago's Hegewisch neighborhood. "People are forgetting," he said of the Normandy invasion that took place June 6, 1944.
A large photograph of a beach in Normandy, France during the D-Day invasion in June 1944 is part of a memorial in the front yard of John Zajac, 87, in Chicago's Hegewisch neighborhood. Zajac flew for the Air Force during World War II but did not participate in the D-Day invasion. He said he …
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