3 2 6 D O C U M E N T S 3 4 3 3 4 5 D E C E M B E R 1 9 2 8 343. Statement for the International Conference on Modern Methods of Warfare and the Protection of Civil Populations[1] [Berlin, after 19 December 1928][2] For me, any killing of human beings is common murder, even if the state does it on a large scale. 344. To Emil Ludwig[1] Berlin W., 20 December 1928 Dear Mr. Emil Ludwig, Mr. Whyte should have no fear. I don’t bite, instead I am happy when I see a reg- ular fellow, especially when in addition he rides the same hobbyhorse.[2] Mean- while, give him my regards and tell him that he might call me sometime after the New Year and not let my wife[3] frighten him away. Best regards, your (A. Einstein) 345. To Ernst Reichenbächer [Berlin,] 20 December 1928 Dear Colleague, I trust your judgment completely as to the two young students and would be hap- py to add a word of recommendation to any relevant applications.[1] You are prob- ably better informed than I about the available means and possibilities.—
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