Holocaust survivor 83-year-old Shlomo Resnik and his wife attend the memorial's Gathering the Fragments exhibit at Yad Vashem of more than 71,000 items collected nationwide over the past two years in Israel's national Holocaust memorial and museum in Jerusalem, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. His item was the steel bowl that he and his father used for food at the Dachau concentration camp. His father Meir's name and number are engraved on the bowl, which serves as a reminder of how hard they had to scrap for food. We fought to stay alive, he said. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit
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