In the early 1980s, Elsa's daughter, Margot, gave almost 1,400 letters to Hebrew University, which Einstein helped found. "Out of all the dames, I am in fact attached only to Mrs.
But Margot directed that the letters not be released publicly until 20 years after her death. Some of the women identified by Einstein include Estella, Ethel, Toni and his "Russian spy lover," Margarita. L., who is absolutely harmless and decent." In another post to Margot, Einstein asked his stepdaughter to pass on "a little letter for Margarita, to avoid providing curious eyes with tidbits." Barbara Wolff of the Hebrew University’s Albert Einstein Archives said that the persistent M.
He lectured in Europe and in the United States, where he died in 1955 at age 76.
But Einstein wrote hundreds of letters to his family.
In the new volume of letters released on Monday by Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Einstein described about six women with whom he spent time and from whom he received gifts while being married to Elsa. followed me (to England) and her chasing after me is getting out of control," he wrote in a letter to Margot in 1931.
Albert Einstein had half a dozen girlfriends and told his wife they showered him with "unwanted" affection, according to letters released on Monday that shed light on his extramarital affairs.
The wild-haired Jewish-German scientist, renowned for his theory of relativity, spent little time at home.
The new batch of letters for the first time included replies from Einstein's family, said Hanoch Gutfreund, chairman of the Albert Einstein Worldwide Exhibition at Hebrew University.
This, he told reporters, helped shatter myths that the Nobel Prize-winning scientist was always cold toward his family.
"In these letters he acts with much greater friendship and understanding to Mileva and his sons," Gutfreund said.