See EINSTEIN after LORENTZ
"Versuch einer Theorie der elektrishen und optishen
Erscheinungen in bewegten Körpern"
(In search of a theory about the electrical and optical
characteristics of moving objects)
(also known as the analysis of)
"Michelson's Interference Experiment"
Translated into English:
1904, Reprinted from the English version in
Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of Amsterdam, 6
"Electromagnetic Phenomena in a System Moving With
any Velocity Less Than That of Light"
(I haven't yet found a copy of this on the Internet).
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