Edwin Hoernle

| birth_place = Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany | death_date = | death_place = Bad Liebenstein, Thuringia, East Germany | occupation = Politician
Agronomist
Author-journalist
Marxist theoretician | language = | education = | period = | genre = | notableworks = | spouse = 1. Helene (Wilhelmine) Heß (1886–1956)
2. Hedda Ickert (1902–1989) | parents = (Immanuel Gottlieb) Hermann Hoernle (1839-1907)
(Beate) Marie (Emilie) Walker (1849-?) | children = Alfred Hoernle (1906-1942) | website = }}

Edwin Hoernle (11 December 1883 – 21 July 1952) was a German politician (KPD), author, agronomist and a Marxist theoretician. He spent the Nazi period in Moscow where, during the final years of the Second World War, he was a founding member in July 1943 of the Soviet-backed National Committee for a Free Germany (''"Nationalkomitee Freies Deutschland"'' / NKFD). Provided by Wikipedia
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