Very scarce World War I A.L.S. on his personal correspondence card, with political content, 5.25" x 4", Amsterdam, November 15th 1915, in German (translated), to radical Dutch poet and writer Nico Van Suchtelen, in full: "In reply to your message and circular letter. I must inform you that I oppose to take a seat in the 'Committee of Propaganda and to co-sign the circular letter." *We are able to locate additional correspondence between Zeeman and Van Suchtelen in the Scientific Correspondence of H.A. Lorentz.
Condition: Two small tape stains at the left margin (away from text) and minor mounting remnants on verso - overall in very good condition.
Dutch physicist who shared the 1902 Nobel Prize in Physics with fellow countryman Hendrik Lorentz.
Condition: Very Good(+)