Einstein was not just a great scientist but a great visionary and campaigned for the world peace and democracy. Explain

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Einstein, one of the best scientific brains of the century, migrated to USA in 1933.
- In his opinion, the Nazi regime in Germany had got the know-how to make an atomic bomb.
- In a letter to Roosevelt, Einstein warned of this dangerous possibility and its harmful effects.
- As a result, the US government gave due importance to the development of atom bomb and related research.
- Eventually, atom bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
- Einstein was deeply shaken and perturbed by the use of scientific knowledge for such destructive results.
- He advocated for peace and advised the world governments against war.
- He was not only a great scientist but also a true visionary.


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Because he is very tensed about atom bumb he write letters to president nut he is bad also he Wed with his cousin after giving divorce to his wife
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It is because after second world war, he was deeply shocked by the destruction of the war, especially by US dropping atom bomb at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. So, he started writing letters and doing campaigns to spread peace and humanity in the world.
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Einstein was a great Scientific genius, besides he was also called a World Citizen for he cared about the well being of the people and welfare of the planet. He hated all kinds of arms and campaigned for the end of arms. When the USA dropped the 2 atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Albert was deeply touched by the extent of the destruction. He wrote a letter to the USA after this describing how he felt about the bombing. He also believed in World Peace.

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