D O C U M E N T 1 5 1 J U N E 1 9 2 1 1 0 9
Dear, dear Einstein—be nice to Joffe—he’s been wanting to make your acquain-
tance since 1905 but always missed the chance. You will enjoy him very
[You liked everyone I recommended to you!]—as a physicist as well as a person.
Let me hear from you—a couple of words—through a letter from your wife.—Van
and I are waiting impatiently for news about when you are traveling
through Holland.—Yours,
P. Ehrenfest.
149. To Mary E. Haldane[1]
28 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 15 June 1921
[Not selected for translation.]
150. To Chester E. Clark[1]
[Berlin, after 17 June
[Not selected for translation.]
151. From Hellmut von Gerlach[1] et al. to Members of
Bund “Neues Vaterland”
[after 17 June
For your perusal,
Dear Friend of the League,
The financial situation of the New Fatherland League [Bund Neues Vaterland]
causes us to approach you with the request to donate a
to assist in securing
the league’s work for the remainder of the year. It would be absolutely essential to
obtain for running office expenses these 6 months @ 5,000 marks. In addition, it
would be desirable to raise another 20,000 marks for the occasional hiring of
professional assistants and sending of representations to international
In total 50,000 marks. The balance of the cash account comes to
1,200 marks, thus salary payments at the end of June are
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