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1.   Elementary School Enrollments (1911-1941)

2.   Middle Schools (1911-1939)

3.   Secondary Schools (1911-1938)

4.   Regional Secondary School Enrollment (1911, 1926/27, and 1938)

5.   Enrollment in Academic Institutions of Higher Education (1914-1943/44)

6.   Albert Einstein, "What Is The Theory Of Relativity?" (November 28, 1919)
In this letter to the London Times, Albert Einstein offers his readers a characteristic mixture of straightforward yet erudite explanation, warmth, and humor. Einstein describes his theory....
7.   Karl Binding and Alfred Hoche, "Permitting the Destruction of Life Unworthy of Living" (1920)
Jurist Karl Binding (1846-1920) and psychiatrist Alfred Hoche (1865-1943) argued in favor of allowing the practice of euthanasia for certain populations. They labeled the mentally ill, the physically....
8.   Gershom Scholem on his Studies in Munich (Retrospective Account, 1977)
During the 1920s, topics of Jewish interest were typically pursued in other departments at German universities, including departments of Protestant and Catholic theology and of Oriental and Semitic....
9.   Felix Gilbert on Being a Student of Friedrich Meinecke in the 1920s (Retrospective Account, 1988)
In this excerpt, historian Felix Gilbert describes the extent to which he was influenced by Friedrich Meinecke, who was one of his professors. Meinecke characterized himself as a “monarchist at heart”....
10.   Max Born on Physics in Göttingen in the 1920s and Early 1930s (Retrospective Account, 1975)
In the following piece, physicist and Nobel Laureate Max Born (1887-1970) recalls his activities at the University of Göttingen in the 1920s and early 1930s. A life-long friend of Albert....
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