Margarita Konenkova was the secret ladylove of Einstein





Einstein,Margarita,Sergey Konenkov

Albert Einstein, one of the best scientists in the history of the world, maybe his contribution to the world of science cannot be fully understood. People of the world will remember him forever, for the important inventions like photoelectric effect, the theory of relativity, mass-energy equity formula.

The great scientist has left the signature of the talent in this world as well as in the world of science, and in other places, he has shown the signature of the talent, that is, his femininity. He had married twice in his life. In addition to two wives, it is known wide intimacy with more than half a dozen women. Today’s writing is not about Einstein's half-a-dozen 'special friends', but only with his Soviet friend Margarita, ‘who did not love Einstein, but used him for the benefit of her self-interest’, this statement is justified in this regard.
In 1933, Einstein with the second wife, Elsa, came to the Princeton of New Jersey, the northeastern United States of America. Einstein bought a house at 112 Mercer Street in Princeton. He went there with his family. For the first few days in the new house, they had well spent. But this pleasure was momentary. Shortly thereafter, many diseases started to interfere with Elsa's body. After the medical examination, she was diagnosed with heart and kidney problems.
This scientist has broken he hear the news of his wife illness. In Elsa’s words, "he used to roam freely". His whole equation became chaotic. To avoid sorrow and despair, he started to study more but cannot even mind there. Finally, Elsa Einstein, who passed away on December 20, 1936, died of the disease. Albert broke down seriously at her death. Even his friend Peter also said that Einstein, who had known for a long time, never saw him crying but the man was crying like a baby because Elsa was lost!
At that time, Einstein was not tied to permanent bondage with someone, but in his mind did not have any feelings for anyone?
We must go to find answers to this question in 1935. The second wife Elsa was still alive. Princeton University authorities thought of getting Einstein to do something in his honor. Ultimately, the decision was made to create a bronze statue of Einstein in honor of one of the greatest scientists in the history of mankind. For thus University authority called for Sergey konenkov, a Soviet sculptor. Sergey was living in the United States for more than a decade in the past, creating beautiful sculptures. That's why Princeton University authorities select him as most appropriate to make sculpture. Einstein did not even disagree, being a statue model, regularly sat in front of Sergei.  
The incident (or accident) actually happens only then. And the incident happened around Sergei's wife Margarita Konenkova. It took a long time to make the statue. And for this reason, Einstein would have been sitting regularly at Sergei's house. In this way, Einstein's relationship with Margarita did not take much time as a result of ‘go and come’ regularly. Although Einstein was 66 years old, and Margarita was 51, she tries to confuse Einstein with her beauty and personality. The relationship between them started before or after Elsa's death, it was not properly known. But in 1945 when Margarita left the US area, she had occupied a large part of Einstein's heart.
Nobody knew this relationship of Einstein and Margarita in their living. One important reason for this was the marital status of Margarita. Since she married to Sergei, so if her relationship with Einstein is disclosed, then the result will not be pleasant, that’s normal.
Until 1998, the whole matter was secret. But that year, nine letters of Einstein were taken to the auction, wherein 1945-46 his letters were written for Margarita. Then the world knows about the secret love of Margarita with Einstein. However, the extramarital thing was not a new to Margarita. Because she had a relationship with another named Sergei Rakhmanov.
But the most amazing thing was in another place. Einstein's fame or personality did not attract anything to Margarita. Although Einstein was weak to her, had enough doubts about whether she was weak at Einstein. Why? Because 'Einstein' was her 'Assignment'!
In 1895 Margarita was born in a lawyer's father's house. After completing her education at a girls' school in Sarapul, she studied law in Madame Poltoratsky in Moscow. In 1922 she married Soviet sculptor Sergey konenkov. In the United States, they came to participate in a Soviet art exposition held in New York in 1923. They spent the next 22 years there. Sometimes they used to travel around Europe in different countries. Those travels make intellectual Margarita more possessive and practical, making them aware of the different cultures of different nationalities. She could have spoken in different languages quite efficiently. Occasionally when Sergey used to go out of the house, Margarita lived at home. She spent time with a number of scientists of Princeton University. In this way, good relations have been made with them.
At a time Margarita starts keeping her observation on Einstein. Gradually began to develop good relations between them. Until the end of World War II, the relationship was maintained. They were also photographed together. When someone wanted to know about his relationship with Margarita, then Einstein introduced her as his "friend"! When World War II ended, Margarita returned to the Soviet Union with her husband. Einstein gifted his own gold watch before leaving the favorite woman. For Margarita, he wrote a letter with full of emotion, which is also astonishing. Let's give a sample.

“Just recently I washed my head by myself, but not with the greatest success; I am not as careful as you are. But everything here reminds me of you: Almar’s shawl, the dictionaries, the wonderful pipe that we thought was gone, and really all the many little things in my hermit’s cell.”
Even in this old age, the Sotheby Auction House authority (which took letters in an auction) was surprised by Einstein's emotional abundance towards a middle-aged woman. That's why they started more scrutiny for Margarita's real identity. After a few days, what they found was unbelievable in a word.
In 1995, the name of Margarita Konenkova was found in the book "Special Tasks" written by Soviet Union veteran detective Pavel Sudoplatov and his son Anatoly. Margarita Codename was 'Lucas'. While in Princeton she was given a special mission. Her work was in touch with the leading scientists of Princeton, using her daintiness, especially with the scientists associated with the Manhattan Project.

Albert Einstein was not directly involved with the Manhattan Project. So it is hard to understand how Margarita actually wanted to take advantage of the relationship. However, it is known from the letter that Margarita was able to meet Soviet ambassador with Einstein once in New York.

 Did Einstein handshake with the Soviet Union in the wake of Margarita? No, there is no way to say that because he had only a special feeling for Margarita. The FBI has been monitoring him until his death from 1933 to 1955, fearing that he may be able to make a connection with Germans or be used against the United States by kidnapping him. In the 1400-page document made by the FBI, several issues came up, but the name Margarita did not even come and the meeting with the Soviet ambassador did not come in that. At the same time, however, the maximum amount of privacy can be saved, Margarita worthy to be credited.

Did Einstein make a handshake with the Soviet Union Due to the weakness of Margarita? No, there is no way to say that because he had only a special feeling for Margarita. The FBI has been monitoring him until his death from 1933 to 1955, fearing that he may be able to make a connection with Germans or be used against the United States by kidnapping him. In the 1400-page document made by the FBI, several issues came up, but the name Margarita did not even come and the meeting with the Soviet ambassador did not come in that issue. At the same time, however, for maintaining the maximum privacy, Margarita has to be credited.

Writing to the margarita, Einstein's letters brings a lot of talk about their time together, his emotions to this married woman. The great scientist has could not understand in any way that Margarita was a Soviet detective behind her easy going personality. It was never known how the margarita felt about Einstein. Because after going to Moscow, she never returned to the United States, nor found any letter written to Einstein. Margarita left the last breath in Moscow in 1980.






No comments

Powered by Blogger.