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ALBERT EINSTEIN (BIOGRAPHY)
Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. His family moved to Munich when he was six weeks old and he began attending classes at the Luitpold Gymnasium.A few years later, his family moved to Italy and Albert continued his studies at a school in Aarua, Switzerland.From 1896 to 1901, he studied physics and mathematics at the Swiss Federal PolytechnicSchool in Zurich. After getting his diploma, he started working as a technical assistant in the Swiss Patent Office. He took classes on the side, earning his Master's degree in 1905. In 1903, he hadmarried his girlfriend Mileva Maric. The couple produced a daughter and two sons, but divorced in 1919 when Albert married his cousin, Elsa Lowenthal, who died in 1936. During his time at the PatentOffice, Albert produced some of his most famous ideas and was appointed as the Privatdozent in Berne in 1908. The next year, he was appointed Professor Extraordinary in Zurich and in 1911, Professor ofTheoretical Physics at Prague. A year later, he moved back to Zurich for another theoretical physics teaching job.Albert's academic career was very prestigious. In 1914, he was made Director of theKaiser Wilhelm Physical Institute and a Professor in the University of Berlin. He was shortly after given German citizenship and stayed there until 1933. By that time, Hitler had seized power and begunintensifying the anti-Jewish sentiment. Albert renounced his citizenship and moved to the United States, taking up a position as Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton University. He was givenAmerican citizenship in 1940 and retired in 1945. Among his political achievements during that time, Albert worked towards establishing peace throughout the world and was even offered the job ofpresident of Israel, but declined. Albert described his process of developing solutions to physics problems as completing small steps, eventually reaching the final solution.During his investigation of...
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