D O C U M E N T 3 2 1 N O V E M B E R 1 9 2 8 4 8 7 Herzliche Grüsse auch an Mama Dein Papa. AKSX. [75 760]. Addressed “Albert Eduard Einstein Huttenstr. 62 Zürich” and postmarked “Berlin-Charlottenburg 8 25.11.28 5–6N[achmittags].”  The brother of Einstein’s secretary Helen Dukas (1896–1982) and his family lived at that address in Zurich: Hermann Dukas (1890–1940), his wife Hilde Dukas-Hirschlaff (1895–1968), and their daughter Rahel (1927–2003). Eduard had presumably been asked to deliver the jumping jack to Rahel. Dukas had become Einstein’s secretary on 13 April. Her sister Rosa had suggested Dukas to Elsa Einstein. Both Elsa and Rosa held positions at the Jüdische Waisenhilfe (see Helen Dukas, diary, entry for 8 September 1930 [38 592.1] and Seelig 1960, pp. 321–322).  Einstein had presumably resided at the Gut Lemm in Gatow, which belonged to his personal physician János Plesch (see Doc. 350).  Plesch claims in his autobiography that it was due to his initiative that the mayor of Berlin, Gustav Böß, proposed the plan for the city of Berlin to purchase a summer house and garden for Einstein’s fiftieth birthday (see Plesch 1947, pp. 223–224).  For previous attempts to purchase a summer house, see Doc. 299.  Eduard had expressed his concerns about Einstein’s health in Abs. 727.  Mileva Einstein-Marić. 321. To the No More War Movement [Berlin,] den 25. November 1928 Die internationale Bestrebung für die Verweigerung jeglicher Kriegstätigkeit ist in meinen Augen eine der trostreichsten Erscheinungen unserer Zeit. Jeder den- kende, wohlwollende und gewissenhafte Mensch müsste im Frieden die feierliche und unbedingte Verpflichtung übernehmen, unter keinen Umständen je an einer kriegerischen Aktion und deren direkten oder indirekten Unterstützung sich zu be- teiligen.— Mit ausgezeichneter Hochachtu[ng] TLC. Nathan and Norden 2004, p. 110. [48 712]. Torn. Addressed “The British Section of the War Resisters International ‘No More War’ London.”  The German Nie Wieder Krieg Bewegung emerged from the Friedensbund der Kriegsteilneh- mer in 1919 and was founded by prominent German pacifists such as Carl von Ossietzky and Karl Vetter. It organized annual pacifist demonstrations, which were held in Berlin and other German cities on 30 July, the anniversary of the outbreak of World War I. These demonstrations spread to other European and American cities. Einstein had attended the 1923 antiwar rally held in Berlin with Paul Langevin (see Verhey 2000, p. 210, and Vossische Zeitung, 31 July 1923, ME). The British No More War Movement was founded in London as a successor to the No-Conscription Fellowship in early 1921 by a group of British pacifists under the leadership of William J. Chamberlain. It advocated absolute pacifism and a socialist ideology. In 1923, it became the British section of War Resisters International and was chaired by the British Quaker pacifist Harold J. Morland (see Chamberlain 1971, p. 118, and Ceadel 1980, pp. 2 and 70–72).  For the solicitation of Einstein’s greetings, see Abs. 754.