“By any measure, Albert Einstein changed the ways we understand– and measure–space and time. At first his ideas were ridiculed, but soon they were idolized. Prior to World War II, Einstein was a celebrated figure in Germany, but when the Nazi Party rose to power in the 1930s, he fled for his life and eventually settled in the United States. [This book] recounts the life of the world’s most famous scientist–from his youth in Germany to his final years in the United States.”– How did this peace-loving man become the father of the atomic bomb? Find out inside!