Where can I find Relativity: the special and general theory by Albert Einstein?

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Offline yor_on

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Hmm?   
Naturally with its ..Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT.
As a pdf.
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Darn it Yoron. You just destroyed my excuse for not reading it!
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Sweet stuff :)
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If you have a kindle or other reader you can get the nice flowing/resizeable text version free from project gutenberg
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“Relativity The Special and General Theory” by Albert Einstein is great. Translated by Robert Lawson. It the 1920 translation. It’s a free book online. http://www.bartleby.com/173/ is the web address.
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