The Army charged a 30-year-old Army intelligence analyst with espionage for allegedly selling U.S. electronic secrets to East Germany and the Soviet Union since 1982, an Army spokesman said Thursday. The charges were presented Wednesday against Army Warrant Officer James William Hall III, who is under detention at the military prison at Fort Meade, Md., Army spokesman Lt. Col. Doc Mirelson said. Hall, an electronics intelligence analyst who had served three stints in West Germany, where most of the espionage allegedly took place, was arrested Dec. 21 at his home near Savannah, Ga.