Einstein, Albert, German physicist and Nobel laureate (1879-1955). Typed letter signed.

Le-Coq-sur-Mer, 14 July 1933.

4to. 1 page. In German.


Writing to the Home Office in support of Lisa Einstein's initiative to remain in England: "Miss Einstein is the daughter of a distinguished man, one of the finest doctors in Stuttgart. She has studied medicine for two years and is forced by the measures against German Jews to give up her studies. She therefore wishes to begin training as a nurse. This career path, too, is closed to her in Germany by the new regulations. Guy's Hospital of London has declared itself willing to give her further training when she will have received permission to stay in England for the necessary period [...]" (translated).

Traces of folds; slight damage to edges and in the centrefold. Accompanied by a contemporary English translation.

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