James Stewart Martin

  • How the Germans Spotted Our Ships

    JAMES STEWART MARTIN is a Washington lawyer who at the outbreak of World War II was asked to help organize an Economic Warfare Section in the Department of Justice. From 1942 to 1945, he served as Special Assistant to the Attorney General. In February, 1945, he was transferred to Germany to head up the investigations which it teas hoped would put an end to the cartel system; under General Clay he was made head of the Decartelization Branch and Control Officer for I. G. Farbenindustrie. Here it was that he gathered conclusive material for his book All Honorable Men, which Little, Brown will publish and of which this article is a part.