I assume thus is your ancestor
U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records
Name: Edgar W Miller Birth Year: 1918 Race: White, Citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Tennessee State of Residence: Tennessee
County or City: Campbell Enlistment Date: 16 Oct 1940 Enlistment State: Georgia Enlistment City: Fort Oglethorpe Branch: Cavalry
Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the Philippine Department Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Farm hands, general farms Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 68 Weight: 126
I wouldnt dwell on the department too much, it is where the Army felt they needed the personell to be at the time, with Japan expanding through the Pacific and China and Manchuria. By the time he became a POW in Europe the pacific war was more a navy and marine action. Most of the veteran Army units were needed for D-Day etc.
If you knew what military unit he was in, you may be able to track him and his fellow soldiers through their various deployments.
Source: World War II Prisoners of War, 1941-1946 at Ancestry.com
Name: Edgar W Miller Report Date: 2 Dec 1944 Latest Report Date:
10 Apr 1945 Grade: Private
Grade Notes: Cadet, USMA or Chief Warrant Officer or Private or Apprentice, Seaman Service Branch: Army Arm or Service: Cavalry
Organization Type: Reconnaissance Mechanized Separate
Parent Unit Type: Squadron/Government Area Served: European Theatre: France Detaining Country: Germany Camp: 063
Status: Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated
Report Source: Individual has been reported through sources considered official. Stalag 12A to 9B Limburg An Der Lahn Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 50-08
He is not listed on http://www.lonesentry.com/badorb/list/prisoners.html
ehich has a list of pow's that were at stalag 9b, but the site states it is not a complete list.
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