Legendary theoretical physicist ALBERT EINSTEIN partial handwritten letter to Anna Besso and Michele Besso the THEORY OF RELATIVITY CO-DISCOVERER. Sent from Berlin on March 11, 1918 - just under 100 words, and abbreviations, all in the hand of EINSTEIN.Einstein complains that he feels his life is being needlessly complicated by others. Boldly signed on the verso "Albert".CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY BECKETT (BAS) EXPERT EXAMINATION. Sale includes original BAS Letter of Authenticity. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED GENUINE.Einstein takes care of his children and soon to be divorced wife while living with his mistress.Composed entirely in German, the front half translates approximately to:Keep further in mind that I am willing to rule/(arrange things) in a way so that Maja and the children will not suffer the slightest disadvantage by this measure/move. Is it any wonder that sometimes I feel bitter, and I get the impression that everyone is uniting to make life needlessly difficult for us? Put in a good word for me with (Name with M, Mileva maybe) and make her realize how ugly it is to make life useless for others.
The full document measures appx. 5.5"x3.25", with some toning and vertical folds, in exceptionally good condition for being over 100 years old.
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