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By Abraham Pais
The writer of a hugely acclaimed biorgaphy of Einstein, sophisticated is the Lord, Pais writes engagingly for a normal viewers. He movingly descibes his interval of hiding in Nazi-occupied Holland (he ended the warfare in a Gestapo criminal) prior to taking inventory of his lifestyles in the United States, really within the newly equipped Institute for complicated examine in Princeton, then directed by means of the bright and arguable physicist Robert Oppenheimer. Pais new and labored with a number of the greats of twentieth-century physics, and he relates many desirable tales approximately Oppenheimer, Einstein, Bohr, Sakharov, Dirac, Heisenberg, and von Neumann, in addition to approximately non-scientists like Chaim Weizmann, George Kennan, Erwin Panofsky, and Pablo Casals. His enthusiasm approximately technology and lifestyles as a rule pervades a publication that's either a memoir and a background of technological know-how.
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A tale of two continents by Abraham Pais