Among the important figures of the 20th century, Winston Churchill and Albert Einstein competed with each other for the distinction of being labeled “Person of the Century” by Time magazine. At first sight, they seemed different in almost all respects. Yet to some extent they had similar personalities and over time their thinking developed in not entirely different ways. They also truly liked each other—from the time they met in 1933 at Chartwell, Churchill’s country estate.
Elsa, Albert Einstein's 2nd wife, began a relationship with her cousin Albert Einstein at Easter 1912, while Albert was still married to his first wife, the physicist Mileva Marić. Einstein's divorce from Maric was final on 14 February 1919, and Elsa married him 3 1/2 months later, on 2 June 1919.
This Extremely Rare slip with signatures from Albert Einstein, Elsa Einstein and Sir Winston Churchill, together, will be custom framed with laser-cut graphics and titles, laser-etched biographical nameplate and classic photos with laser-cut graphics and quotes that read:
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts."
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the soruce of all true art & science"
*This is a mock image. Framing may take 2-3 weeks to complete*
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