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After the experimental vindication of Relativity in , science itself had become a battleground, with some German physicists, led by Philipp Lenard, rejecting Relativity in favour of "sound German spirit". For a supposed ivory-tower scientist, Einstein had an impressive record of social and political engagement. Later, in , soon after arriving in America as an exile from Nazism, he instigated the foundation of the International Rescue Committee, still flourishing and soon to be headed by David Miliband.

He also worked hard to help establish the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He resigned from the committee in July, only to rejoin and then leave for good in March When he was warned, following Rathenau's murder, that his own life might be in danger, he decided that, whatever his long-term plans, he would spend some time away from Germany.

follow site Japan might seem an unlikely home-from-home for a German Jew, but Einstein was entranced by the delicacy of Japanese art and architecture, the grace of the people, the social cohesion. He found Japanese music somewhat wanting, because the element of harmony that coursed through and gave impetus to western music was missing, but the people, the architecture and the social climate he found enchanting, declaring: "For the first time I have seen a healthy human society whose members are absorbed in it. But this does not invalidate Einstein's verdict on the culture he observed.

So absorbing was the experience that the award of the Nobel prize, the ceremony for which he missed because of the trip, went unmentioned in his diary. Fame meant that he could try to advance causes he believed in, such as international scholarly and scientific collaboration.

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  • But left to himself, he valued above all his circle of friends, mostly from his days in Switzerland. He was a theorist, who did his greatest work while a patent clerk with no access to a laboratory. He is famous for his thought experiments, not hard, bench-top, real-time experiments.

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