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   Question

Where can I find einstein's original papers on the internet?

Asked by: Pratyush

Answer

There are 6 of Einstein's papers here,

http://dbserv.ihep.su/hist/owa/hw.parta2?page=1&host=http%3A%2F%2Fdbserv.ihep.su&smode=a&athr=einstein&athr2=&athr3=&lang=en&date1=&date2=&nres=10

Also many other authors who have had an influence on particle physics can be found at

http://dbserv.ihep.su/compas/index.html

Also, some of Einstein's papers can be found in Hawking's "On the Shoulders of Giants" book.

Answered by: Andrew James Bruce, Other, Grad Student UK



In May 2003, an archival database went on-line giving free access to Einstein's scientific and non-scientific documents, correspondences, etc. thanks to the Jewish National & University Library, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Cal Tech. This great resource can be found at http://www.alberteinstein.info/.

Answered by: Joseph Kozminski, M.S., Physics Grad Student, MSU, East Lansing, MI



Free online sources for Einstein's work:

Albert Einstein Archives:

Answered by: Anthony Chipoletti, B.S., retired Pittsburgh PA


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