D O C U M E N T S 3 6 2 3 6 4 J A N U A R Y 1 9 2 9 3 4 1 362. To Heinrich Mandel [Berlin,] 9 January 1929 Dear Mr. Mandel, I have been working feverishly on my own theory, and therefore only now have I had an opportunity to study your unusually incisive work.[1] I will send it in the near future to Prof. Scheel for the Zeitschrift für Physik.[2]— I am at present very involved in working on a four-dimensional theory of unified fields, based on the theory of distant parallelism. When my newest article has been printed, I will send you all three of the articles on this topic that have been pub- lished thus far.[3]— With best regards, your 363. To Norbert Nieuwland[1] [Berlin,] 9 January 1929 Dear Sir, I was very happy to receive your letter, and can easily put myself in the psyche of a generous man who is simultaneously a Belgian patriot and someone who ex- perienced that catastrophe.[2] I am convinced that true healing of the mutual rela- tionships can be achieved only if conscientious and sensible people on both sides clarify the situation through personal collaboration. I want to try to make a contri- bution to the establishment of such an enterprise. If I am able to achieve something along these lines, you will hear from me again, either directly or through Professor Mayence.[3]— Respectfully yours, 364. To Vermont & Co.[1] [Berlin,] 9 January 1929 I have absolutely nothing to do with this matter, so we are dealing with a scandalous misuse of my name.[2] I will be grateful to you for helping to deal with this mischief. Unfortunately, I myself cannot take care of it.— Respectfully yours,
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