Letters of Albert Einstein
Letters from Albert Einstein to a variety of correspondents. A number of letters discuss the fate of Jews in Europe and other aspects of World War II. Others deal with Brandeis University, Jewish affairs in the United States, and personal matters. Materials are primarily in German and have been translated into English.
- Albert Einstein to Otto Nathan, written at the conclusion of a letter from Otto Nathan to Albert Einstein, [July 1937?]
- ALS. Note in Albert Einstein’s hand in margin left of 1): “Not necessary; could easily be finished later.”