By this time, Albert’s fame had been solidly established. Eduard Einstein (28 July 1910 – 25 October 1965) was born in Zürich, Switzerland, the second son of physicist Albert Einstein and his first wife Mileva Marić.Einstein and his family moved to Berlin in 1914, but shortly thereafter Marić returned to Zürich, taking Eduard and his brother with her. Biografie eines Nonkonformisten, Thorbecke 2018, page 78 f.the english translation of the german "Doxerl", one of the names Einstein used for Marić

Birthplace: Wangen, Duchy of Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire He soon became smitten with her, despite the fact that she was four years older than he.The two married in 1903 and their union produced three children, Lieserl (who vanished from history and may have been given up for adoption), Hans Albert, and Eduard, the youngest, who was born in Zurich, Switzerland on July 28, 1910. Hans A. Einstein was a long-time professor of Hydraulic Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Birthplace: Bad Buchau, Biberach, Prince-Bishopric of Augsburg, Holy Roman Empire Birthplace: Fellheim, Bavarian Swabia, Electorate of Bavaria, Holy Roman Empire As Eduard spent the remainder of his life in an asylum in Switzerland, he was buried in Hönggerberg cemetery in Zurich when he died of a stroke at age 55 in October 1965. The two married in 1903 and their union produced three children, Lieserl (who vanished from history and may have been given up for adoption), Hans Albert, and Eduard, the youngest, who was born in Zurich, Switzerland on July 28, 1910. Although this genius made tremendous contributions to the field of physics, his personal life was more problematic. Einstein was widely recognized for his research on sediment transport. His second wife, Elsa, remarked that “this sorrow is eating up Albert.” The physicist soon faced more than issues surrounding Eduard. That was certainly true for Albert Einstein, the brilliant man who developed the theory of relativity.

Son of Naphtali Hirsch Einstein and Helene Handle Steppach Husband of Rebecca Obernauer Father of Judith Einstein; Raphael Einstein; Abraham Rupert Einstein; Samuel Rupert Einstein; David Einstein and 1 other Brothers of Judith Jetle Einstein; Joseph Einstein;Daniel Einstein; Veit Hirsch Einstein and Helene Rieser Son of Moyses Einstein and Judith Einstein Husband of Caroline Einstein Father of Moyses (Moses) Einstein and Naphtali Hirsch Einstein Brother of Joseph Einstein; Unknown Einstein;Abraham Einstein; Daniel Einstein and Leopold Einstein A letter widely circulated on the Internet on the "universal force" of love, attributed as "a letter from Albert Einstein to his daughter", is a hoax.Eduard was a good student and had musical talent. She then moved with her parents to Milan, where she attended the German International School; Albert had stayed behind with relatives in Munich to complete his schooling. Hans Albert Einstein was a Swiss-American engineer and educator, the second child and first son of Albert Einstein and Mileva Marić.

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Eduard “Tete” Einstein (1910 -1965), Albert’s second son was a good student and had musical talent, but he was sick from childhood. c. 1700). He was the second son of physicist Albert Einstein and his first wife, Mileva Maric. Death: Died 1763 in Bad Buchau, Biberach, Prince-Bishopric of Augsburg, Holy Roman Empire Albert's three children were from his relationship with his first wife, Hoyna Moses Sontheimer (1705–? Einstein's great-great-great-great-grandfather, Jakob Weil, was his oldest recorded relative, born in the late 17th century, and the family continues to this day.