7 8 D O C U M E N T S 5 8 6 0 F E B R U A R Y 1 9 2 2 to the findings up to now.[2] There’s a nice paper by Gans on magnetism in rapidly oscillating weak fields in the Annalen (confirmation of results by Arcadiew).[3] Warm regards, yours, Einstein. 58. To Oswald Veblen[1] Berlin, 20 February 1922 Dear Professor Veblen, I was very pleased to receive a sign of life from you.[2] If Mr. Tracy Y. Thomas comes to Berlin, I shall be pleased to work with him. However, it will not be easy to find a sufficiently interesting research topic for him. In any event, I will do what I can. Along with this letter I am sending you the manuscript of the four Princeton lec- tures on relativity.[3] I did, of course, arrange that they appear in Europe later than in America.[4] I am sending the manuscript to you instead of to Prof. Adam[s][5] because I am not quite certain whether he is in Princeton at the moment. Please give this manuscript to him with kind regards. With best wishes to you and your wife, I am yours. 59. To Franz Selety[1] Berlin, 22 February 1922 Dear Colleague, I grant you permission to publish the material you mentioned.[2] I read your lat- est version and largely agree with the content. I ask you please to emphasize in your appendix that my remarks should be seen only as passing statements reflecting first impressions, not a carefully weighed argument pertaining to the problem.[3] In utmost respect. 60. To Juliusz Wolfsohn[1] Berlin, 22 February 1922 Highly esteemed Mr. Wolfsohn, A short time ago nobody would have thought possible what we are experiencing today with the Jewish nation. While hitherto, intellectually prominent Jews con-
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