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Albert Einstein

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Transcript of Albert Einstein

His sons names where Hans and Eduard
compiled by Kyle McGowan
Albert was married twice and had two sons and one daughter
$1.25
Friday 8th September 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
and sadly passed away on 18 April 1955 age 76
Albert was born on the 14 march 1879
short biography
Albert Einstein

His daughter was named Lieserl
His two wives were named Elsa and Mileva
Albert Einstein discovered the general theory of relativity. It is one of the two pillars of modern physics, the other being quantum mechanics. He is best known for his mass–energy equivalence formula: E=MC2 which has been dubbed "the world's most famous equation."
Young Albert had a quick temper, however, it vanished during his first school years. Albert’s sister Maja reports in Albert Einstein - Beitrag für sein Lebensbild (Albert Einstein – Contribution for his biography) the following: "In such moments his face became all yellow, however, the tip of his nose became snow-white, and he was no longer under control. At such an opportunity he once grabbed a chair and threw it after his teacher, who was so terrified, that she ran away and never came back again. His little sister was once thrown a big skittles ball on the head and a third time a children’s pick served as a device for, hitting somebody on the head."


by Kyle McGowan

if his daughter Lieserl was still alive she would be 115. (she was born January 1902 – and was last mentioned in 1903; possible date of death, 18 September 1903)
Eduard Einstein (28 July 1910 – 25 October 1965)
Hans Alert Einstein (26 Jul 1973)
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