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Albert Einstein Dictating to Secretary

Albert Einstein Dictating to Secretary

A little work in comfort. Professor Albert Einstein dictates to his secretary, long in his employ, Fräulein Helen Dukas, at Coq-sur-Mer, Belgium, where he took refuge from Nazi threats. When Belgian police officials were unable to guarantee his safety from possible Nazi attack, the scientist left for an unrevealed destination in England.
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Summer 1933
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