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To commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Britain’s Prince Charles commissioned portraits of some of the U.K.’s last remaining Holocaust survivors. The exhibition, called “Seven Portraits: Surviving the Holocaust,” serves as a “powerful testament” to the harrowing experiences the survivors endured in Nazi concentration camps, said the prince.