Albert Einstein - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

In the winter of 1933, Einstein begins work at Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study. He continues working on the general unified theory he began in Berlin. With a Polish scientist, Einstein publishes his tenth book, the Evolution of Physics, which becomes a best seller, outpacing even Dale Carnegie's books.

Einstein now has a new kind of correspondence, from those stranded in Europe who beg for his help to get them out. Einstein is able to help some. He also wrote and spoke publicly, denouncing Hitler.

When the World's Fair opened, Einstein is selected to speak for Palestine, which is thenunder British rule. He donates his original relativity manuscripts to the Hebrew University and is pleased that the Institute of Physics in Tel Aviv bears his name.

Elsa dies in 1936.

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Einstein's life at Princeton is not that different than it was in Berlin. He continued working on...

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