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He did not lose his position due to being Jewish, as his previous service as a front-line soldier exempted him; however, his public membership in the social-democratic left was reason enough (for the Nazis) for dismissal.
In 1936, after one year at Cambridge, Courant accepted a professorship at New York University in New York City.
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Courant was born in Lublinitz, in the Prussian Province of Silesia.
His parents were Siegmund Courant and Martha Courant née Freund of Oels.
Here is a quote from Courant on his mathematical perspective: Empirical evidence can never establish mathematical existence--nor can the mathematician's demand for existence be dismissed by the physicist as useless rigor.
Only a mathematical existence proof can ensure that the mathematical description of a physical phenomenon is meaningful.
Richard and Nerina had four children: Ernest, a particle physicist and innovator in particle accelerators; Gertrude (1922-2014), a Ph D biologist and wife of the mathematician Jürgen Moser (1928–1999); Hans, a physicist who participated in the Manhattan Project; and Leonore (known as "Lori," 1928-2015), a professional violist and wife of the mathematician Jerome Berkowitz (1928–1998).