The Life And Achievements Of Albert Einstein And His Life

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Albert Einstein has had many great achievements throughout his life, the special and general theories of relativity and the photoelectric effect to name a few. Some of the work he did perplexes even the greatest of scientists. Those achievements are wrought from his hard work and amazing intellect. They definitely belong to him, but there were some people and events that led him to think the way that he did. His family helped to inspire his love for music and his brain was quite unique. Einstein became a peerless individual because of his home life, his intellect, and his anatomy. During Einstein’s life he was constantly learning. He was born at Ulm, in Württemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. He was born with an abnormally large…show more content…
She was born in Cannstatt, Wuerttemberg, on February 8, 1858. She had one older sister named Fanny, and two older brothers, Jacob and Ceaser. “Her parents were Julius Derzbacher (1816–1895), who had accepted the family name Koch in 1842 and Jette Bernheimer (1825–1886)”(Kuepper). Einstein’s mother married Einstein’s father at the age of 18. She was also a very talented piano player. She may not have given Einstein some scientific or mathematical work, but she did give him love and care. She was a very kind woman who cared for the children. She did not have a “job,” “His mother, the former Pauline Koch, ran the family household.” (Kakau). She would cook and clean and helped to keep the family healthy. This was perhaps one of her more important jobs because without her, Einstein would not be alive…show more content…
Her name was Lieserl. Not much is known about this child, in fact no one knew she existed until research was being done and some private letters were found. “Einstein never spoke about the child to his family, and biographers weren’t even aware of her existence until examining his private papers in the late-1980s” (Andrews). There are three theories about what happened to the child. One is that she was put up for adoption in Serbia and never seen again. The second is that she caught scarlet fever when she was a newborn and died. The third theory is that she was adopted by Marić’s parents. Her life is shrouded in mystery and the truth may never be

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