Published March 1, 1923
Albert Einstein changed the way the world thought about space, time, and matter by publishing his theories on physics in 1905. Though he continued to publish and collaborate with other scientists in the coming years, Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 based on his early work. Photograph by Martin Höhlig in the March 1923 Vanity Fair.
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