The German Foreign Office willingly fills the gap. The Foreign Minister, Gustav Stresemann, wishes to accommodate the scientist, who proves so beneficial to the German prestige, in any way possible. Two weeks after an informal talk with Ministerialdirektor Kruess, the same official who in December 1922 already suggested that Einstein should be treated as a German citizen, Einstein is given some gratifying news, and two weeks later a German diplomatic passport is ready, just in time for his trip to Latin America in March of 1925.


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