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During the 70th anniversary of D-Day in 2014, Prince Charles noticed a lack of art based on the shrinking number of Normandy veterans. He decided to commission portraits to honor the men who fought on Normandy beach. The portraits went on public display at The Queen’s Gallery from June 6–17 under the exhibit name “The Last of the Tide.” The portraits will help ensure that the sacrifices of every D-Day veteran will not be forgotten.

Read more about the D-Day portraits.

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