First Time Up for Elmer

T. R. B.
July 1942
New Republic;7/20/42, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p83
Focuses on the role of U.S. military officer Elmer Davis in protecting methods employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the trial of eight Nazi spies, from being publicized. Comments of Davis on the communiqué arrangement made by Secretary Henry L. Stimson for trial-news handling; Proposal of Stimson that the Army must not give an inch of ground in its fight for continued control over military information and publicity; Need for protection of military secrets.


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