By Anton Reiser, Rudolf Kayser, Albert Einstein
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He again showed his remarkable talent as a teacher, and the boys sensed it. His one wish was to do a complete job, to take over the education of the two pupils entirely into his own hands. He dared to propose that the two boys be 62 ALBERT EINSTEIN freed more and more from the pension so that they might work only with him. What followed this innocent, but rather childish, plan was inevitable. The master of the pemion saw the beginning of a widespread revolution and his boys entirely escaped from his influence.
He experienced brutally the oppression and hopelessness of an intellectual life in a world of selfishness and official positions, which could only shake off a gypsy being like himself. But Albert still had the good friends of his student days. His Zurich classmate, Marcel Grossmann, always attached to him, heard of his plight. Grossmann spoke to his father about the desperate circumstances of the young scholar and asked for help. letter of recommendation to Director Haller of the Confederate Patent-Office at Bern.
In Bern, Albert became a father. His first son, likewise called Albert, was born in 1904. €-lis arrival was a great joy, for the father was not only happy with his child, but about to begin the most productive years of his life. Albert divided the spare time left him by his position, between his family and science. At that time, the young official of the Patent-Ofice, his dark head making him appear more an artist than a scholar, could be seen carefully wheeling a baby carriage through the streets of Bern.