What year did albert Einstein start inventing?
In 1901 he accepted a position in the patent office where most of his work is said to come from. His free time gave him a lot of thinking time.
Albert Einstein did not invent the Atomic Bomb. In 1915 Einstein worked out the equations which made it possible for people to create an Atomic Bomb. In 1938 Heisenberg figured out the engineering which made such a bomb possible. Einstein heard about Heisenberg's work on behalf of Hitler and sent a letter to President Roosevelt warning him about the dangerous nature of such a bomb.
The Nobel Prize Awarding Institution, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, decided to reserve the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921, and therefore no Physics Prize was awarded that year. According to the statutes, a reserved prize can be awarded the year after, and Albert Einstein was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922.
Albert Einstein was a German Physicist. He married Mileva Marić and had three children, a daughter Lieser and two sons, Hans Albert and Eduard Tete. After their divorce in 1919, Einstein married Elsa Löwenthal in the same year. They had no children of their own, instead they raised Elsa's two children from her previous marriage.