Legendary theoretical physicist ALBERT EINSTEIN typed letter signed in German to Anton Kothe dated March 9th 1933 on California Institute of Technology Stationery. Einstein signs boldly in ink at the bottom "A. Einstein".
In the letter Einstein writes to Mr. Kothe who also escaped Germany during the 1930's. Einstein forwards a note to the French Ministry in order to prevent "judicial error". Just one day after this letter was sent Einstein officially declared that he would not be returning to Germany in order to escape the Nazi's. An important autograph from Einstein to another German refugee signed while escaping religious persecution in Germany.
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Approximate translation of letter reads:
Your letter sounds believable. I have sent it to the French Ministry in Paris with the following accompanying letter:
To the French Ministry: I received the letter sealed with it. Since this seems to me to be worth considering, and it can possibly lead to a judicial error to prevent, I am sending it to the ministry. I hope that this letter will reach responsible bodies who fail to investigate the case.
With Great Respect
Professor Albert Einstein
P.S. An identical letter to the French Ministry of War, mi
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