Edward H. Freeman

Soldier Reported Missing Is Freed from Prison Camp
Private First Class Edward H. Freeman, reported missing in action, was a prisoner of war in Germany and has been liberated by American troops, according to a letter from him, received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Freeman.

Private First Class Freeman was reported missing in action April 2. His letter, dated April 17, said that he was a prisoner about two weeks, when American soldiers rescued him and others.

Private First Class Freeman was serving with the First Army. He received the Purple Heart for wounds suffered in action some time ago. He has been overseas since last July.