Walter James James LEVY Edit Profile
Student, University Heidelberg, 1929-1930; student, University Berlin, 1930-1931; student, University Kiel, 1931-1932.
Assistant to editor, Petroleum Press Bureau, London, England., 1936-1941;
free lance economist, New York City, 1941-1942;
chief petroleum section, Office of Strategic Services, Washington, 1942-1945;
assistant office intelligence research, Department State, 1945-1948;
consultant, also President committee foreign aid, Department State, 1948;
chief oil branch, ECA, 1948-1949;
consultant, ECA, 1949-1951. Economics consultant, since 1949, NSRB, 1950. President Materials Policy Commission, 1951.
Consultant policy planning staff Department State, 1952-1953, International Cooperation Administration, 1956-1957. Consultant office Under Secretary and Assistant Sections, 1960-1980, Office Civil and Def.Moblzn., 1960, European Economics Community, 1970. Foreign economics adviser Socony-Vacuum Oil Corporation, 1948.
Adviser to Mr. Harriman on mission to Iran, 1951. Petroleum adviser United States delegate Council Foreign Ministers meeting, 1947. Member United States delegate of Austrian Treaty Commission, 1947, State Department del.for oil discussions with United Kingdom, 1946, United States delegate trade discussion withSweden, 1945, United States world programming group on petroleum, 1945.
Member enemy oil committee Joint Chiefs Staff, 1943-1945. Oil adviser to special emissary of President Kennedy to President of Indonesia, 1963. Member advisory council to School Advanced International Studies Johns Hopkins University.
Of Enemy Oil Committee under Jt. Chiefs of Staff 1942-1944. Advisory Council to School of Advanced Institute Studies, Johns Hopkins University.
Council on Foreign Relations Inc.
Married Augusta Sondheimer, April 11, 1942 (deceased). Children: Robert Alan (deceased), Susan Clementine.
1936 - 1941
1941 - 1942
1942 - 1945
Honorary companion Order St. Michael and St. George, England. Insignia of commander's cross Order of Merit Federal Republic of Germany, 1979. President's certificate of merit.