Alexander Moszkowski (15 January 1851 – 26 September 1934) was a German-Jewish satirist, writer and philosopher of Polish descent. He was the brother of the composer and pianist Moritz Moszkowski. He was a friend of many celebrities in Berlin, among them the theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, about whom he was the first to publish a book in the summer of 1920 and consequently popularize the Theory of Relativity. In his autobiography he wrote: "At the beginning of the 20th century the question of the conceivability of other worlds with modified physics and mathematics will be highly employed."

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  • Alexander Moszkowski (* 15. Januar 1851 in Pilica; † 26. September 1934 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Satiriker polnischer Herkunft. Er ist der Bruder des Komponisten und Pianisten Moritz Moszkowski. (de)
  • Aleksander Moszkowski (ur. 15 stycznia 1851 w Pilicy koło Zawiercia, zm. 26 września 1934 w Berlinie) – niemiecki pisarz i satyryk pochodzenia polsko-żydowskiego. Był bratem kompozytora i pianisty Maurycego Moszkowskiego. (pl)
  • Александр Мошковский (нем. Alexander Moszkowski; 15 января 1851, Пилица Царство Польское (ныне Силезское воеводство Польша) — 26 сентября 1934, Берлин) — немецкий писатель, сатирик, комедиограф, журналист, редактор, издатель, популяризатор науки польско-еврейского происхождения. (ru)
  • Alexander Moszkowski (15 January 1851 – 26 September 1934) was a German-Jewish satirist, writer and philosopher of Polish descent. He was the brother of the composer and pianist Moritz Moszkowski. He was a friend of many celebrities in Berlin, among them the theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, about whom he was the first to publish a book in the summer of 1920 and consequently popularize the Theory of Relativity. In his autobiography he wrote: "At the beginning of the 20th century the question of the conceivability of other worlds with modified physics and mathematics will be highly employed." (en)
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  • Alexander Moszkowski (* 15. Januar 1851 in Pilica; † 26. September 1934 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Satiriker polnischer Herkunft. Er ist der Bruder des Komponisten und Pianisten Moritz Moszkowski. (de)
  • Aleksander Moszkowski (ur. 15 stycznia 1851 w Pilicy koło Zawiercia, zm. 26 września 1934 w Berlinie) – niemiecki pisarz i satyryk pochodzenia polsko-żydowskiego. Był bratem kompozytora i pianisty Maurycego Moszkowskiego. (pl)
  • Александр Мошковский (нем. Alexander Moszkowski; 15 января 1851, Пилица Царство Польское (ныне Силезское воеводство Польша) — 26 сентября 1934, Берлин) — немецкий писатель, сатирик, комедиограф, журналист, редактор, издатель, популяризатор науки польско-еврейского происхождения. (ru)
  • Alexander Moszkowski (15 January 1851 – 26 September 1934) was a German-Jewish satirist, writer and philosopher of Polish descent. He was the brother of the composer and pianist Moritz Moszkowski. He was a friend of many celebrities in Berlin, among them the theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, about whom he was the first to publish a book in the summer of 1920 and consequently popularize the Theory of Relativity. In his autobiography he wrote: "At the beginning of the 20th century the question of the conceivability of other worlds with modified physics and mathematics will be highly employed." (en)
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