Lead:  In late 1919 the theories of a little-known German physicist were confirmed to the post-war world. Newspapers and magazines began to establish the phenomenon of Albert Einstein.

Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

Content: Born in 1879, Einstein attended German schools then governed by a regime of harsh discipline. Such an education bored him and though early on became fascinated with mathematics and science, in the rigid schools of the time, he showed no particular academic gift. He did study music, became a more than competent violinist and played for relaxation and pleasure during the rest of his life.

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