Jewish Values: Albert Einstein

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Publication Year: 
2002
Number of Pages: 
48pages
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A balanced and accurate brief account of Einstein's life and achievements. After giving an overview of scientific advances in the nineteenth century, the author provides a chronological account of Einstein, including his childhood, family life, and experiences in school - all set against a European background in the period of two world wars. A more in-depth treatment of Einstein and, specifically, his Jewish identity and involvement in Zionist causes, is found in EINSTEIN: VISIONARY SCIENTIST by John Severance. However, this is an acceptable introduction on a somewhat easier level. Part of the Scientists Who Made History series.
ISBN: 
739848445
Book ID: 
295
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No
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