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Monday, August 05, 2019

What do Albert Einstein and Emmeline Pankhurst have in common? | The Times and The Sunday Times

Now, you can discover letters from twelve of the Editor of The Times’ most celebrated correspondents. 

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Read letters from a selection of the most celebrated names we've received over the years
From Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria, to Karl Marx and Margaret Thatcher, read the topics raised by some of the most influential people in history.
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Albert Einstein
Iconic theoretical physicist Albert Einstein wrote to The Times in 1936 alongside fellow Nobel Prize winner Erwin Schrodinger to thank England for helping displaced scholars. German-born Einstein had remained in the United States after 1933 following Hitler's rise to power.
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