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Albert Einstein's Bank Account Seized by Nazi Officials

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Nazi officials seize the bank account of Albert Einstein, totalling 25,000 Reichsmarks and 5,000 Reichsmarks of stocks. According to police, Einstein intended to use the money to fund treasonous acts.

The Prussian Academy of Science, where he started teaching in 1914, releases a statement attacking Einstein for participating in "atrocity propaganda" abroad.


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