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Einstein, Albert
Albert Einstein Typed Letter Signed.
1936. Rare typed letter signed by Albert Einstein. One page, typescript, text in German. The letter is dated 19 June 1936 and addressed to Dr. Hugo Bergman, Hebrew University, Jerusalem and reads: Lieber Herr Bergmann: Ueberbringer dieses Briefes ist "Seine amerikanische Heiligkeit" Rabbi Silberfeld von Newark New Jersey, ein guter Bekannter von mir. Zuhause aller Wege kundig, nicht aber in Palaestina. Es ware lieb von Ihnen, wenn Sie ihm ein paar Winke gaben damit er sich dort zurechtfindet. Herzlich grusst Sie Ihr "A. Einstein." This translates as: Dear Mr. Bergmann: The bearer of this letter is "His American Holiness" Rabbi Silberfeld of Newark New Jersey, a good friend of mine. At home, he knows all the ways, but not in Palestine. It would be nice of you if you gave him a few hints. yours, "A. Einstein." Einstein's close personal friend Rabbi Julius Silberfeld was the rabbi of Temple B'nai Abraham in Newark New Jersey from 1902 to 1939. After it became clear that he could not return to Germany with Hitler's rise to power during his 1933 visit to the United States, Einstein resided in England and Belgium for several months before returning to the U.S. where he accepted a position at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, noted for having become a refuge for scientists fleeing Nazi Germany. It was here that he likely met and formed a close bond with Rabbi Silberfeld. The recipient of the letter, Hugo Bergmann, was the first rector of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, between 1935 and 1938, which Einstein was instrumental in establishing in 1925 and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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