Einstein speech on the occasion of the opening of the German radio exhibition
Albert Einstein gives a speech at the opening of the seventh German radio exhibition at the base of the radio tower in Berlin. Einstein instructs his audience that when they listen to the radio they should think of all of the known and unknown scientists who have contributed to its development. He says that engineers have contributed much to democracy by facilitating daily work as well as making the work of great thinkers available to all. He says also that radio has a special role to play in international reconciliation. Good MCUs of Einstein as he reads his speech and of the audience.
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Ton und Bildbericht der Eroeffnungsfeier der 7 Dt. Ton und Phonoaustellung 1930 [Sound and picture report on the opening celebration of the 7th annual radio exhibition]
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Bundesarchiv
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