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The Duchess of Cornwall meets Holocaust survivors Hannah Lewis and Renee Salt following commemorations in Poland today.

Today the Chancellor welcomed Holocaust survivor Renee Salt to a memorial event at HM Treasury. Staff joined together to hear her stories and remember those who were killed and persecuted.

I asked Renee Salt if she liked Camilla. “Very much so. I must say. I didn’t want to like her but you can’t help it. She looks very regal. She behaves like a Duchess. You can’t help it; you’ve got to give her her due,” she said.

Born in Poland in 1929, Renee Salt and her parents were taken by train to Auschwitz-Birkenau. After many years of hardship under Nazi control, Renee and her mother were liberated in 1945. The Duchess previously met Renee in 2013 at the Holocaust Survivors Centre in North London.

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"To have the support of the Royal Family is of huge importance, not just to me, but to all survivors, and the collective memory of our country." - Holocaust survivor Renee Salt, who is attending commemorations in Poland today, alongside The Duchess of Cornwall. #HMD2020 

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I thought this might be interesting for royal fans. Auschwitz survivor Renee Salt has met the Duchess of Cornwall a couple of times now and has become an admirer. But she was reluctant at first because of her admiration for Princess Diana. Camilla wins over those she meets.

Auschwitz survivor Renee Salt: ‘Anti-Semitism is very bad now’

Renee of Salt Lake City says her "support and love for my country and my LGBTQ neighbors are not mutually exclusive. It’s not either/or." So when such events coincide, she flies both flags.

Renee Landry recently took her 2007 all-wheel-drive CR-V to a Saint John dealership to fix the windshield wipers. Then she learned the model is under recall in provinces that use a lot of road salt over concerns the rear frame could rust.

Renee LaGrant, a native Salt Laker, has been able to overcome obstacles, including sex trafficking and addiction, and now works to make a difference for women caught in the same traps

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