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Albert Einstein bequeathed to Hebrew University all his letters and manuscripts.

Einstein was a very outstanding figure of his time. His life is shrouded in various myths and legends, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Znaiu.

Albert Einstein born 14 March 1879 in Ulm, württemberg, Germany. Theoretical physicist, one of founders of modern theoretical physics, Nobel prize in physics in 1921, social activist and humanist. Honorary doctor of about 20 leading universities in the world, member of many Academies of Sciences.

Einstein is the author of over 300 scientific papers on physics, as well as about 150 books and articles in the field of history and philosophy of science, journalism etc.

So recently reported about unknown manuscripts of the great scholar, who enriched the collection of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Albert Einstein is one of the founding fathers of this institution of higher education.

Einstein bequeathed to Hebrew University all his letters and manuscripts, and have established the educational institution the right to commercial use of his image and name.

As many as 110 unique documents, the General public saw for the first time.

However, the relationship significant scientific work. In particular, a variant of scientific articles, which scientist presented to the Prussian Academy of Sciences in 1930, which was considered lost.

The scientist refused citizenship of Germany and moved to the USA in 1933 after the rise to power of Adolf Hitler.

There is also a letter to his son in 1935, where 56-year-old Einstein shares his concern about the growing influence of the Nazis in Germany.

“If they hit this problem with all the power a year and a half ago, it would be better and easier,” writes Einstein in 1935, reflecting on the reaction of European powers on Germany in unfolding events.

Also, there are mathematical calculations of scientist 44-48 years.

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