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  <div id="title">Albert Einstein</div>
  <div id="title2">The man who created the world's most famous equation</div>
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    <div id="img-caption">Albert Einstein with his wife Elsa. Date not recorded. Fur collar from fox or skunks.</div>  
  <div id="tribute-info">
    <p>Here is a timeline of Albert Einstein's life:</p>
          <li><b>1879</b> - Albert was born in Ulm, Germany. The family moved to Munich when Albert was one year old.</li>
          <li><b>1884</b> - The compass. When Albert was five he was given a compass by his father. He was fascinated by it and how it worked.</li>
          <li><b>1889</b> - He met Max Talmud. Max introduced Albert to math and science. Albert was ten years old.</li>
          <li><b>1894</b> - Albert finishes school. Albert finished his schooling in Munich with medical training. He moved to Milan with his family.</li>
          <li><b>1895</b> - Goes to school in Switzerland. Albert moved to Switzerland at 16 years old to attend Aarau Cantonal School.</li>
          <li><b>1896</b> - Top of the class. Albert graduates at the top of his class. He was a year younger than the other students.</li>
          <li><b>1901</b> - Hard times. Albert slacked off in further schooling, even after doing so well. Because of this he had a hard time finding a good job.</li>
          <li><b>1902</b> - The patent office. Albert Einstein got a job in the patent office. He used his understanding of math and science in his new position, and it made him happy.</li>
          <li><b>1905</b> - 	Submits his first paper. Einstein submitted his first paper on his theory of thermodynamics. It was the first of many.</li>
          <li><b>1909</b> - 	A new job. After working at the patent office and writing his theories, Einstein got a job teaching theoretical physics at the University of Zurich.</li>
          <li><b>1911</b> - Attends physics conference. He was given an invitation to the first-ever world physics conference. He was the youngest physicist there.</li>
          <li><b>1913</b> - Theory of gravity. He believed science's understanding of gravity was wrong, and he worked on a new theory which he would later test with a solar eclipse.</li>
          <li><b>1919</b> - 	Einstein is famous. After publishing his Theory of Relativity and correctly predicting the effects of a solar eclipse, Einstein's name went around the world.</li>
          <li><b>1922</b> - Nobel Prize. Einstein was awarded his first Nobel Prize. He was on his way to Japan when he got the news.</li>
          <li><b>1933</b> - America. He visited America for the first time because he feared the rising Nazi party in Germany.</li>
          <li><b>1945</b> - War ends. World War II ended and Einstein continued his research. He made advances in heat, gravity, and relativity, and he published over 300 scientific reports.</li>
          <li><b>1955</b> - Einstein dies. Albert Einstein died in April of heart failure.</li>
    <p1>If you have time, you should read more about this incredible human being on his <a id="tribute-link" href="" target="_blank"> Wikipedia entry</a>.</p1>



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