University of Minnesota
Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies


Photos Taken by Gene Rinkey

Road near Dachau Concentration Camp
piled corpses
Bodies in train cars
Outskirts of Munich, Bavaria
dachau inmates
Dachau Prisoners
Driving Jeep
Entering Dachau
gene rinkley
Gene Rinkey
piled corpses
Piled Bodies
piled corpses
More piled bodies
abandoned bomber
Abandoned German Heinkel bomber near Munich
abandoned bomber
Abandoned German Heinkel bomber near Munich
red cross camp
Red Cross Camp
rinkley and car in bavaria
Rinkey beside army car in Bavaria, near Munich
scattered corpses
Scattered bodies

Read Memories of a Day in the Country, an article written by Gene Rinkey of what he saw at Dachau.

Another article, Troopships.

* Dr. Eugene Rinkey, age 84, of St. Paul died after a lengthy illness with Alzheimer's on March 21, 2000. Gene was decorated during World War II, receiving six Bronze Stars while serving for 33 months as a Captain in the Army's 56th Medical Battalion in the African and European campaigns. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 1940 and practiced internal medicine at Miller and United Hospitals in Saint Paul for 40 years, until his retirement at age 70.

Note: These images are printed from color slides that remained in remarkably good condition despite being seen only occasionally for 50 years after the end of the War.