# Author:Max von Laue

## Works

edit- The Entrainment of Light by Moving Bodies in Accordance with the Principle of Relativity (1907, Wikisource translation)
- The Wave Radiation of a Moving Point Charge in Accordance with the Principle of Relativity (1908, Wikisource translation)
- Is the Michelson Experiment Conclusive? (1910, Wikisource translation)
- On the Discussion Concerning Rigid Bodies in the Theory of Relativity (1911, Wikisource translation)
- On the Dynamics of the Theory of Relativity (1911, Wikisource translation)
- The Principle of Relativity, First edition, (1911, Online)
- On an Experiment on the Optics of Moving Bodies (1911, Wikisource translation)
- An Example Concerning the Dynamics of the Theory of Relativity (1911, Wikisource translation)
- Remarks on the Law of the Lever in the Theory of Relativity (1911, Wikisource translation)
- Two Objections Against the Theory of Relativity and their Refutation (1911, Wikisource translation)
- On the Conception of the Current of Energy (1912)
- On the Theory of the Experiment of Trouton and Noble (1912, Wikisource translation)
- On the Theory of the Michelson Experiment (1912, Wikisource translation)
- The Principle of Relativity, Second edition, Part III, (1913, Wikisource translation)
- The Principle of Relativity (1913, Wikisource translation)
- The Theory of Relativity (1919, third edition of "Principle of Relativity", Online)
- On the Experiment of F. Harress (1920, Wikisource translation)
- The Theory of Relativity I (1921, fourth edition of "Principle of Relativity", Online)
- The Theory of Relativity II (1921, Online)
- Lorentz Contraction (1921, Wikisource translation)

Some or all works by this author are in the **public domain** in the **United States** because they were published before January 1, 1929.

This author died in 1960, so works by this author are in the **public domain** in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's **life plus 63 years or less**. These works may be in the **public domain** in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the **rule of the shorter term** to *foreign works*.

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