D O C S . 7 8 , 7 9 O C T O B E R N O V E M B E R 1 9 2 7 8 5 78. To Caesar Koch[1] [Brussels,] Friday [28 October 1927] Dear Uncle, Thank you for your kind invitation. I didn’t do it earlier because I wanted to wait until I could give you a precise answer. But now it is high time and I still don’t know when my meetings will be finished.[2] I’m arriving tomorrow, Saturday, sometime in the afternoon or evening. Please don’t go to the train station, because my arrival time is very uncertain. I’ll come directly to the apartment and am greatly looking forward to seeing my favorite uncle again after such a long time.[3] I al- ready have the address. Warm regards to you and yours from your Albert 79. From Arnold Sommerfeld Munich, 1 November 1927 Dear Einstein, The enclosed note might interest you,[1] because at the Berl. Acad. you said something similar regarding your statistics. But actually I should ask you to read not this note, but rather the full article in the Zeitschrift für Physik, which I am cur- rently finishing.[2] In it everything will be said better and more completely than in this note. It sometimes makes me sad that I did not come to Berlin [3] in the meantime, my dear Munich colleagues have already annoyed me a great deal.[4] Best regards from your A. Sommerfeld
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