Albert Einstein's Humanitarian Award

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The Humanitarian Award is an award given to people who put other people’s needs before theirs and does things for all of mankind. Albert Einstein is deserving of the Humanitarian Award because of his great contributions to the fields of science and technology. Albert Einstein was born in Wurttemberg, Germany. As a young boy he was introduced to a children’s science textbook by a Polish medical student who would have meals with Einstein’s family. This was the beginning of a fascination with the properties of light. In 1901 he obtained a diploma to be able to teach mathematics and physics. The start of his work history was in Switzerland where he developed the principle of relativity. Einstein continued over many years with research, publications
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