Albert Einstein
Thanks to his theory of relativity, Albert Einstein became the most famous scientist of the 20th century. In 1905, while working in a Swiss patent office, Albert Einstein published a paper proposing a "special theory of relativity," a groundbrea...

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Born:
March 14, 1879 (age
137),
Ulm, Germany

Died:
April 18, 1955

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