l x x v i i i I N T R O D U C T I O N T O V O L U M E 1 3 [19]See Pierre Comert to Bernardo Attolico, 28 July 1922 (SzGeBNU/R1029/13C/20823X/14297). [20]On the trip to the Far East, Palestine, and Spain in general, see Grundmann 2004, pp. 223–250, and Eisinger 2011, pp. 21–71. [21]On the visit to Japan and its impact, see Ezawa 2005, Jansen 1989, Kaneko 1981, 1984, 1987, 2005, Nisio 1979, Okamoto 1981, Sugimoto 2001a and 2001b. [22]See Jansen 1989, pp. 147–148. [23]See Sanehiko Yamamoto, “Fifteen Years of Kaizo,” Kaizo, April 1934, and Kaneko 2005, p. 13. [24]See Jun Ishiwara, “Preface” to Ishiwara 1923. [25]Indirect evidence for this can be derived from a letter Einstein wrote while on his trip to South America. On 15 April 1925, he wrote home from Buenos Aires: “What adventures I had! You will read about it in my diary” [143 186]. [26]See Vol. 12, Introduction, pp. xxviii–xxxiv. [27]An act attributed by the Zionist Singapore Society as partly resulting from Einstein’s visit, yet chiefly came about “as a result of a charming letter from Dr. Weizmann.” See [C. R. Ginsburg] Singapore Zionist Society to Israel Cohen, Zionist Organisation, London, 9 November 1922 (IsJCZA, Z4/2685). [28]See Fritz Thiel to Auswärtiges Amt, 13 November 1922 (GyBPAAA/R 9208/3508, Deutsche Botschaft China). [29]On the proposals to award the prize to Einstein in earlier years, see, e.g., Friedman 2001, pp. 133–138. [30]Osaka Mainichi, English Daily Edition, 18 November 1922. [31]See Wilhelm Solf to Auswärtiges Amt, 3 January 1923 (GyBSA, I. HA, Rep. 76 Vc, Sekt. 1, Tit. 11, Teil 5c, Nr. 55, Bl. 157–158). [32]See Yomiuri Shinbun, 25 December 1922. [33]See Fukuoka Nichinichi Shinbun, 27 December 1922. [34]See Neumann and Neumann 2003, p. 187. [35]See Fritz Thiel to Auswärtiges Amt, 13 November 1922 (GyBPAAA/R 9208/3508, Deutsche Botschaft China). [36]On the planned lecture tour in China and Einstein’s visits to Shanghai, see Hu 2005, pp. 66–79. [37]See Fritz Thiel to Auswärtiges Amt, 6 January 192[3] (GyBPAAA/R 64677). [38]On the trip to Palestine, see Rosenkranz 2011, pp. 139–180. [39]See Chaim Weizmann to Einstein, 7 October 1921 (Vol. 12, Doc. 259). [40]See Kurt Blumenfeld, “Report on a Conversation with Prof. Einstein on the Day of His Depar- ture for Japan on 29 Sept. 1922” (IsJCZA/A222/165). [41]See Einstein to Judah L. Magnes, 18 April 1921 (Vol. 12, Doc. 122). [42]Kisch 1938, p. 30. [43]See Doar Hayom, 9 February 1923. [44]See Palestine Weekly, 16 February 1923. [45]Doar Hayom, 12 February 1923. [46]On Einstein’s trip to Spain, see Glick 1988, Roca Rossell 2005, Sánchez Ron and Romero de Pablos 2005, and Turrión Berges 2005. [47]See Julio Rey Pastor to Einstein, 22 April 1920 (Vol. 9, Doc. 391), and entries of 28 April 1920 in Vol. 9, Calendar, and 1 July 1920 in Vol. 12, Calendar. [48]See Ulrich von Hassell to Auswärtiges Amt, 26 February 1923 (GyBPAAA/R 64 677). [49]Two pertinent books had been completed just before Einstein’s trip. The fifth edition of Weyl’s Raum–Zeit–Materie appeared in 1923, although its preface is dated “Zürich, Herbst 1922.” Edding- ton’s The Mathematical Theory of Relativity was published in 1923, but its preface is dated 10 August 1922.
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