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If just one of us could have a short talk with him in Zurich now we would probably learn all we wanted to know. But so would he, was the objection of the wiser military minds. They understood very well that as a spy a qualified scientist would be a washout. He also would in all likelihood give away more secrets than he could collect. It takes more than a false beard and forged papers to keep a scientist from identifying himself to other scientists, even if he can keep his mouth shut, which is unlikely where his specialty is concerned.
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The antiSemitism doctrine of the Nazis was disastrous to German physics not merely, and not even prinPolitics, because it brought about the exile of certain notable scientists. These men could have been replaced in due time by younger colleagues. But by the infusion of dogma into the body of scientific thought the Nazis tended to bring the cipally, whole subject of modern physics xxxvi into disrepute, FOREWORD with the result that the "Jewish science" of physics became unpopular at the universities.