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Albert Einstein

An outline of Mr. Einstein's life and family
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Jeff Jones

on 26 April 2010

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Albert Einstein Born March 14 1879 Died April 18 1955 Albert Einstein is known as one of the most intellectual people to ever live, one of the greatest scientists, and also a great philosipher. Family Hermann Einstein Pauline Koch Parents Siblings Maja Einstein Achievments Albert was married twice, he had three children with his first wife then they divorced because he moved away. He had no children with his second wife, who was also his first cousin on his mom's side and second cousin on his dad's side. She died of liver and kidney problems. Marriage & Children Einstein lived in Germany until he was 15, then moved to Italy and lived there for a year. After Italy he moved to Zurich, Switzerland to finish school. He lived in Zurich with his first wife until he was 35 then abandoned her and moved to Berlin, Germany. When he was 54 he moved to america with his second wife and lived there until his death. Nobel Prize in Physics
Found The law of the photoelectric effect
He discovered the Theory of Relativity
He wrote over 300 scientific books
He also wrote about 150 non-scientific books
He had an Element named after him
Imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. Albert Einstein
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