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Franz & Inge Neumann, Golde & Leo Loewenthal, Herbert & Sophie Marcuse, ca. 1937
Franz & Inge Neumann,
Golde & Leo Löwenthal, and
Herbert & Sophie Marcuse, ca. 1937

Inge S. Neumann
(nee Werner)

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Inge Werner was married to Franz Neumann (Franz Neumann page).

They had two sons, Thomas and Michael.Osha's memoir, cover

In 1951 Inge published:

  • European War Crimes Trials: A Bibliography, compiled and annotated by Inge S. Neumann. Additional material furnished by the Wiener Library, London. Edited by Robert A. Rosenbaum. Publisher: New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1951.
    • This bibliography, intended for scholarly use in the field of international law, consists of publications between 1941 and 1950. Approximately two-thirds of the citations are annotated.
    • republished by Greenwood Press, 1978, 113 pages.
    • Inge Neumann page
    • Note: I (Harold Marcuse) have a copy of the original publication. Contact me if there is something you would like checked from that version.
    • There are some interesting materials regarding Inge's life among the Herbert Marcuse Papers at the Archivzentrum in Frankfurt/Main, Germany.

In 1954 Franz Neumann died in a car accident.
In 1956 Inge married their close friend Herbert Marcuse.
In 1965 they moved from Newton, Massachusetts to La Jolla, California.

From the mid-1960s until her death on July 31, 1973, Inge taught modern languages at San Diego State University.

On Aug. 2, 1973 the New York Times published the following obituary:

Mrs. Inge Werner Neumann Marcuse, wife of Prof. Herbert Marcuse, the political philosopher, died of cancer Tuesday in La Jolla, Calif., where they were living. She was 59 years old. Mrs. Marcuse, who was born in Madgeburg, Germany, came to the United States in 1936 with her first husband, Prof. Franz Neumann, who was a professor of government at Columbia University. He died in 1954. She subsequently was married to Professor Marcuse and had taught French in California. Surviving, besides her husband, are two sons, Thomas and Michael Neumann; a sister, Mrs. Harriet Henze, and a grandchild.

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