Einstein and the Poet: In Search of the Cosmic Man

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Branden Press, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 151 pages
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Centering on the close 34-year relationship with Einstein, the author begins this absorbing book by describing his vow on the battlefield of Verdun: 'God, save me, and I will serve you as long as I live.' A member of the League for Human Rights, the Alexander von Humboldt International Club, and other peace organizations, Professor Hermanns became a disciple of Albert Einstein.

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User Review  - Hamidreza - Goodreads

That was a Great book! Many facts about Einstein which you didn't know before Read full review

Review: Einstein and the Poet: In Search of the Cosmic Man

User Review  - Nathan Storm - Goodreads

This book portrays Einstein both with careful conscience and showcases his ethics as well as his past, there are numerous debates on war society, and even religion. Einstein and humanity tied together ... Read full review

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