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.
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.
Albert Einstein Dictating to Secretary
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
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517286548
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Bettmann
Date created:
01 January, 1933
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