Albert Einstein, also known as "The Father of the Atomic Bomb" was the man who knew that Natzi Germany was looking for the exact same resolution as the United States was. Their fore he knew that the United States would have to find a way to the atomic bomb faster than Natzi Germany did. Albert stated off as a Jewish man over in Europe. Once Hitler began to rise to power he knew that he would have to flea to America which was a drive to getting involved with the atomic bomb. As coming from Europe he settled his life down in Princeton, New Jersey. He was appointed to Princeton's Institute of Advanced Study which helped him furthermore broaden his education in physics. Einstein advocated a pacifistic vision of a world dominate by peaceful internationalist institutions rather than warlike nationalstic states. In the late 1930's, it was quite evident that peaceful international institutions had no hope for stopping the growing evil of Adolf Hitler's Natzi Germany. Einstein grew worried because the Germans had figured out his equation E=mc2 to power up the nuclear fission. The chain reaction of the atoms. When Einstein had written Roosevelt a letter that awakened the reality of the oncoming atomic warfare. Although Einstein did not participate in the Manhattan Project itself, the United States Government did judge him a poor security risk for the Top Secret research. The letter that he had sent to Roosevelt proved to be a crucial turning point in the weaponization of E=mc2. Einstein even saw a little bit of irony of the oncoming events. In the year of 1954 Einstein stated, "i made one great mistake in my life, when i signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made; but there was some justification, the danger that the Germans would make them."