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"Composed mainly of correspondence between Einstein and his executor, Otto Nathan. A number of letters discuss the fate of Jews in Europe and other aspects of World War II. Others deal with Brandeis University, Jewish affairs in the United States, and personal matters. There are also letters from Elsa Einstein to Nathan, and the collection includes some manuscripts, ephemera and photographs of Einstein."
"Physicists are conducting themselves well in that they are all against secret armament and in favor of the prevention of war on an international basis; they shy away, however, from acknowledging the ultimate conclusion—world government that alone is equipped with military power."
The Einstein Digital Collection at Vassar College Libraries contains many useful materials related to Albert Einstein's views on a variety of non-scientific topics, such as war and peace, the scientist's role in society, Brandeis University, and the United Nations. These include:
"We have every reason to be grateful to Polish and French scholars for having called this congress. They did so with the intention of ‹bringing forward› putting the influence of prudent people in the service of the quest for peace and security."