The Final Solution to the Jewish Question

Albert Einstein.

Albert Einstein was a German citizen from birth. Einstein moved to the United States in December 1932, where he worked at the California Institute of Technology. In January 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany. One of the first actions of Hitler's administration was that removed Jews and politically suspect government employees (including university professors) from their jobs, unless they had demonstrated their loyalty to Germany by serving in World War I.

Einstein renounced his German citizenship in 1933 due to the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party. Einstein wrote affidavits recommending United States visas for European Jews who were trying to flee persecution and lobbied for looser immigration rules. He raised money for Zionist organizations and was, in part, responsible for the 1933 formation of the International Rescue Committee.

Zionism is the national movement of the Jewish people that supports the re-establishment of a Jewish homeland in the territory defined as the historic Land of Israel (roughly corresponding to Canaan, the Holy Land, etc). Labor Zionism or Socialist Zionism is the left wing of the Zionist movement.

In Germany, Deutsche Physik ("German Physics"or Aryan Physics) activists published pamphlets and even textbooks denigrating Einstein. Deutsche Physik was opposed to the work of Albert Einstein and other modern theoretically based physics, which was disparagingly labeled as "Jewish Physics".

During that period, a man convicted of inciting others to kill Einstein was fined a mere six dollars.

After World War II ended, and the Nazis were removed from power, Einstein refused to associate with Germany. Einstein refused several honors bestowed upon him by Germany, as he could not forgive the Germans for the Holocaust, where six million of his fellow Jews were killed.

Einstein was totally sad and he opposed the mass brutal killings of innocent Jewish people. The Final Solution to the Jewish Question was a Nazi plan for the extermination of the Jews during World War II. During Holocaust, Nazi Germany aided by its collaborators, systematically murdered approximately 6 million European Jews, around two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe.