Einstein On Peace.

"Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding": First Edition of Einstein On Peace

Einstein On Peace.

EINSTEIN, Albert) Edited by Otto Nathan and Heinz Norden; Preface by Bertrand Russell.

Item Number: 100959

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960.

First edition of this work on Einstein. Octavo, original cloth. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Preface by Bertrand Russell.

"Einstein was not only the ablest man of science of his generation, he was also a wise man, which is something different. If statesmen had listened to him, the course of human events would have been less disastrous than it has been." This verdict, from the Preface by Bertrand Russell, sums up the importance of this first collection of Albert Einstein's writing on war, peace, and the atom bomb. In this volume, thanks to the Estate of Albert Einstein's writings on war, peace, and the atom bomb. In this volume, thanks to the Estate of Albert Einstein, the complete story is told of how one of the greatest minds of modern times worked from 1914 to 1955 on the problem of peace. It is a fascinating record of a man's courage, his sincerity, and his concern for those who survive him.

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