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English: Albert Einstein, official 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics photograph.
Français : Albert Einstein, photographie officielle du Prix Nobel de Physique 1921.
Date 1921
Source Official 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics photograph
Author Unknown
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