By Charles Nelson
Born March 14, 1879 died April 18 1955 from internal bleeding in abdominal aortic aneurysm age 76. His religion is pantheistic and his political view is socialism. His hometown is Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Empire, family members are Herman Einstein (father) and Pauline Koch (mother).
Einstein joined NAACP in Princeton and considered racism as America's "worst disease," seeing it as "handed down from one generation to the next." He was a figurehead leader that helped establish the Hebrew University of Jerusalem that opened in 1925. Einstein helped raise funds for the planned university by giving various suggestions. Albert developed an appreciation of music at age 13 when he discovered the violin sonatas of Mozart, he began playing at 5 but did not enjoy it at the time. Einstein taught himself to play without "ever practicing systematically", he said, deciding that "love is a better teacher than a sense of duty." Throughout Einstein's life, he published hundreds of books and articles and collaborated with other scientists on additional projects including the 'Bose-Einstein statistics, the 'Einstein Refrigerator' and others. In February 1933, Einstein did not go back back to Germany after its rise of power under Adolf Hitler. There were magazines that showed he was not hanged yet and that there is a $5,000 bounty for who ever catches him.
He studied in Physics and Philosophy and his highest education level was a PhD in Physics.
He is widowed. Mileva Marić(1st wife divorced) Elsa Einstein(2nd wife developed a swollen eye and died from heart and kidney problems)
Conrad Habicht, Maurice Solovine, Charlie Chaplin, Linus Pauling, and Oliver Locker-Lampson.
"A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new"
Albert passed secondary school (or high school) at age 17. He met his second wife at Zürich Polytechnic somewhere after 1896. Because of Einstein telling President Roosevelt that Germany was trying to make atomic bombs, we were the first and mabye last country to test and use two in WWII.