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While working in Berlin in 1915

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While working in Berlin in 1915, Einstein was approached by the Berlin Goethe League,  a peaceable organization that wished to publish the scientist's views on the war effort. In  October 1915, Einstein wrote a three-page article entitled "My Opinion of the War," in  which he argued that the roots of war lie in the aggressive biology of males. Once again,  he rejected all kinds of war and urged the creation of an international political order to  promote peace. In the 1920s, he was invited to join the League of Nations Committee on  Intellectual Cooperation, an international intellectual union founded by the French  philosopher Henri Bergson. Although he was distrustful of the organization's  bureaucracy, Einstein regularly attended the commission's meetings from 1924 to 1927.  He remained a staunch pacifist, highly critical of nationalism and committed to the idea  of a single world government free of a military. Throughout the 1920s, he participated in 
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