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way that part of the capital be accommodated abroad? When one looks at every-
thing from this aspect, it is surely understandable that Mrs. Einstein is now over-
whelmed by it all. At the moment I cannot see that she could expect any advantage,
either; she has no more & no less than before to expect than the alimony payments.
From the contract I see nothing that could produce any personal benefit to her out
of the Nobel Prize, for (if I see rightly) its interest will scarcely reach 8,000 francs
& and she was already receiving that till now.
With greatest respect & best regards, yours,
Emil Zürcher.
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