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4 . Letter from Prof. Einstein regarding the mood in America, reminiscent of days gone in Germany. Princeton, 1953

Signed letter from Prof. Albert Einstein to Prof. David Bohm. Princeton, New Jersey 1953.

Specifications: [1] page, paper. 27x21 cm. The letter is typewritten and signed by Prof. Einstein. Einstein's address is embossed at the top of the page.

Background: Einstein writes that Mr. Niemeyer's remark is characteristic of the present mood in the country (the United States), and it reminds him of Germany during the reign of German Emperor Wilhelm II.
He also notes that he recently published comments regarding the interpretation of theory in a volume published in Paris in honor of de Broglie's sixtieth birthday, and in a number of leaves in the Born volume, a copy of which he sent to Bohm a week earlier.

Condition: Fine. Minimal aging stains.

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$3,000 - $4,000
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$1,000
$11,400
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