Where can I find einstein's original papers on the internet?

Asked by: Pratyush


There are 6 of Einstein's papers here,

Also many other authors who have had an influence on particle physics can be found at

Also, some of Einstein's papers can be found in Hawking's "On the Shoulders of Giants" book.

Answered by: Andrew James Bruce, Other, Grad Student UK

In May 2003, an archival database went on-line giving free access to Einstein's scientific and non-scientific documents, correspondences, etc. thanks to the Jewish National & University Library, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Cal Tech. This great resource can be found at

Answered by: Joseph Kozminski, M.S., Physics Grad Student, MSU, East Lansing, MI

Free online sources for Einstein's work:

Albert Einstein Archives:

Answered by: Anthony Chipoletti, B.S., retired Pittsburgh PA



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