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How many wives did Albert Einstein have?
He had Two wives. First he married Mileva Maric who bore him three children. After divorcing her, Einstein married his own cousin, Elsa Lowenthal Einstein. Ever since the marriage between Elsa and Albert, they have been together until death.
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He was married twice.
twice. first time to meliva maric,second time to elsa einstien
Just one. in 1921 he won it for his work on the photoelectriceffect. It was NOT, as many believe, for relativity.
Albert Einstein lived in... 1879: Ulm, Germany- where he was born 1894: Pavia, Italy 1895: Aarau, Switzerland 1896: Zurich, Switzerland 1901: Shaffhausen, Switzerland 1901: B…ern, Switzerland 1911: Prauge, Czech Republic 1912: Berlin, Germany's teach 1933: Princeton, New Jersey/united states-where they died. nathanel e made this and i searched this for proof
1, Albert had 1 a sister named Maria Einstein but Albert called her Maja
Albert Einstein had 3 (three) children with his first wife. .
he discovered about 5
According to Wikipedia, "Einstein and Marić had two sons and a daughter. Their daughter Lieserl, born before their marriage, is variously said to have been given up for adopt…ion or to have died in childhood."
Mileva. Elsa. Hope this helps!
Einstein's women Einstein may not have cheated Mileva of her intellectual rights, but he was still far from the ideal husband. A year before they married, Maric gave birth to… a daughter, Lieserl, while Einstein was away. The child's fate is unknown - she is presumed to have been given up for adoption, perhaps under pressure from Einstein, who is thought to have never seen his first born. After the marriage, Mileva bore two sons but the family was not to stay together. Einstein began an affair with his cousin Elsa Lowenthal while on a trip to Berlin in 1912, leaving Mileva and his family two years later. Einstein and Mileva finally divorced in 1919, but not until after Einstein sent his wife a list of 'conditions' under which he was willing to remain married. The list included such autocratic demands as "You are neither to expect intimacy nor to reproach me in any way". After the divorce, he saw little of his sons. The elder, Hans Albert, later reflected: "Probably the only project he ever gave up on was me." The younger, Eduard, was diagnosed with schizophrenia and died in an asylum. Einstein married Elsa soon after the divorce, but a few years later began an affair with Betty Neumann, the niece of a friend. By one account, Elsa allowed Einstein to carry on with this affair to prevent him sneaking around. That relationship ended in 1924, but Einstein continued to have liaisons with other women until well after Elsa's death in 1936. He didn't remarry. Einstein wanted and enjoyed the company of women, and his intellectual celebrity certainly wouldn't have hurt his chances with the socialites of Berlin or, later, the women of America. The relationships rarely lasted, however - usually once they were established, Einstein cooled off and looked elsewhere. Avoiding deep emotional ties in this way may have given him the solitude he needed to pursue his work, but few would find such behaviour admirable.
What do Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin have in common about their relationship with their wives?
They married their own first cousins. Albert - Elsa Lowenthal Charles - Emma Wedgewood
He won three awards: Nobel Prize in Physics (1922)Copley Medal (1925)Max Planck medal (1929) not exactly 3 because he won many many more. if u want me 2 help you, please email… me at email@example.com thanks :D
Einstein never failed, this is an example of conventional wisdom going awry.
None Idon't think he was married