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Recollections of physics community in 1920s and early 1930s; opportunities for physics work in Europe; awareness of political climate in Germany (1932); relationship with Werner Heisenberg at University of Leipzig; awarded Rockefeller Fellowship to study at University of Rome; contacts with physicists after Leipzig and before Rome; John Von Neumann's list of refugee physicists; offered appointment to position at Stanford University; visit to University of Copenhagen and Niels Bohr's advice to accept appointment; relinquishing of second half of fellowship; influenced by Bohr, Heisenberg and
Origins of interest in nuclear physics when Gamow came to Gottingen and wrote his alpha radioactivity paper. Assisted Born with treatise on quantum mechanics. Work with Pauli on quantum electrodynamics. Half-year in Copenhagen (1930) working with Bohr, an arrangement which lasted until the war when Rosenfeld was called home. War years in Utrecht, Holland. Lived in England after war until 1958.