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111. To Heinrich Zangger
Kiel, 9 September 1923
I am coming to Bonn now after all, on the 17th to be
I am staying pri-
vately at Prof. A. Pflüger’s
who surely has a telephone.
me here; we are spending wonderful days together in the finest harmony, with sail-
ing and physics.
Cordial regards, yours,
112. To Elsa Einstein
[Kiel,] Tuesday [11 September 1923]
Your long letter arrived just now with the vague suggestion about a Russian
woman whom I’m supposed to help, without any further clues. Nor was there any-
thing about the passport in it. In the passport I must have:
1) departure permit from Germany,
2) entry permit into the occupied territory. Send me the passport as quickly as
possible. I want to go to Bonn on
and on to Leyden on the 25th. I don’t
need clothes and laundry because I was very conscientiously frugal.
Here all is well and fine. It’s a pity that I have to plunge back into the maelstrom.
More soon. This postcard has to go out as promptly as possible, otherwise nothing
will come of Bonn.
Warm regards to all of you, and get better soon, yours,
113. To Paul Ehrenfest
Kiel, 12 September 1923
I received your letter and was embarrassed that I hadn’t written you anything. I
have completely made up with Albert
and have been here with him since
the 1st in my room at the Anschütz
where we find it wonderfully nice