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Nearly everything related to Einstein on the web.
Provides comprehensive information on the life of Albert Einstein (1879-1955) who is generally considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century.
Albert Einstein's role in the creation of the atomic bomb and his views on the a-bombing of Japan.
The homepage of the repository of the personal papers of the great scientist, humanist and Jew, Albert Einstein
The official homepage of the Albert Einstein Archives, the repository of the personal papers of Albert Einstein, the world-famous scientist, humanist and Jew and TIME's "Person of the Century".
Describes the scientist's discovery of the wave-particle duality of light, Brownian motion and relativity. Includes biography and historic photos.
This is a well done Einstein bibliographical site. It has a brief sketch of his science career and social justice activism.
A site that publicizes controversial physics issues.
Online exhibition telling the story of Einstein's life and work.
Online publication of the 1920 edition of Albert Einstein's Relativity.
Detailed, hyperlinked biography of Albert Einstein (1879-1955), from the Mactutor History of Mathematics Archive
Fred Jerome reveals that Albert Einstein was investigated by the FBI and J. Edgar Hoover in his new book The Einstein File.
Publishes "The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein". Includes information on the publication and its staff.
A list of the patents granted to Einstein and some of the original patent gazettes are presented.
An online exhibit of the life of Albert Einstein, by the AIP Center for History of Physics. Text by leading historians and many illustrations and quotes show Einstein's scientific contributions, political and cultural concerns, and impact on the world.
Michael Fowler's physics lectures from the U of VA. Interesting and easy to follow.
Military related quotations from Albert Einstein.
The Monthly Review republishes Einstein's 1949 article "Why Socialism." This article appeared in the Monthly Review's first issue.
Veteran journalist Ralph D. Gardner's intimate reminiscence of his childhood friendship with Albert Einstein.
NOVA presents a profile of Albert Einstein, with additional teaching resources, Shockwave demonstrations, and animations of relativity concepts.
Full text of this work by V. Alexander Stefan. [PDF]
Scientists call 1905 Albert Einstein's annus mirabilis - year of miracles - when he published a series of papers that radically transformed the way we understand the world. In a series of radio stories, NPR looks at Einstein's scientific breakthroughs and the ideas of other great thinkers in 1905. (January 01, 2005)
A recently released, partially censored version of Einstein's FBI file spells out how the bureau spied on Einstein and his associates and identifies some of the informants who said he was a spy. (May 07, 2002)
Nearly everything related to Einstein on the web.
Detailed, hyperlinked biography of Albert Einstein (1879-1955), from the Mactutor History of Mathematics Archive
An online exhibit of the life of Albert Einstein, by the AIP Center for History of Physics. Text by leading historians and many illustrations and quotes show Einstein's scientific contributions, political and cultural concerns, and impact on the world.
Describes the scientist's discovery of the wave-particle duality of light, Brownian motion and relativity. Includes biography and historic photos.
Provides comprehensive information on the life of Albert Einstein (1879-1955) who is generally considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century.
Full text of this work by V. Alexander Stefan. [PDF]
The homepage of the repository of the personal papers of the great scientist, humanist and Jew, Albert Einstein
A list of the patents granted to Einstein and some of the original patent gazettes are presented.
Michael Fowler's physics lectures from the U of VA. Interesting and easy to follow.
Online exhibition telling the story of Einstein's life and work.
Publishes "The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein". Includes information on the publication and its staff.
NOVA presents a profile of Albert Einstein, with additional teaching resources, Shockwave demonstrations, and animations of relativity concepts.
Military related quotations from Albert Einstein.
Fred Jerome reveals that Albert Einstein was investigated by the FBI and J. Edgar Hoover in his new book The Einstein File.
This is a well done Einstein bibliographical site. It has a brief sketch of his science career and social justice activism.
The Monthly Review republishes Einstein's 1949 article "Why Socialism." This article appeared in the Monthly Review's first issue.
A site that publicizes controversial physics issues.
Veteran journalist Ralph D. Gardner's intimate reminiscence of his childhood friendship with Albert Einstein.
The official homepage of the Albert Einstein Archives, the repository of the personal papers of Albert Einstein, the world-famous scientist, humanist and Jew and TIME's "Person of the Century".
Albert Einstein's role in the creation of the atomic bomb and his views on the a-bombing of Japan.
Online publication of the 1920 edition of Albert Einstein's Relativity.
Scientists call 1905 Albert Einstein's annus mirabilis - year of miracles - when he published a series of papers that radically transformed the way we understand the world. In a series of radio stories, NPR looks at Einstein's scientific breakthroughs and the ideas of other great thinkers in 1905. (January 01, 2005)
A recently released, partially censored version of Einstein's FBI file spells out how the bureau spied on Einstein and his associates and identifies some of the informants who said he was a spy. (May 07, 2002)

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