- Name: Eddie “ZigZag” Chapman [2 Star]
- Unit type: Rifleman
- Range: 1
- Starting Stats:
- Unit Features: Infantry, close combat, firearm
Equipment (by level)Edit
M1 Garand ; Helmet ;First Aid kit ; Army boots 
|Green||Rank 1||M1911A1 ; Entrenching Tool ; Ammo Belt  Compass |
|Rank 2||M1911A1 ;Entrenching Tool ; Ammo Belt  Compass |
|Blue||Rank 1||Bayonett ; Barbed Wire ; Canteen ; Map |
|Rank 2||Bayonett ; Barbed Wire ; Canteen ; Map |
|Rank 3||Bayonett ; Barbed Wire ; Canteen ; Map |
|Purple||Rank 1||Field Radio ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Rank 2||Field Radio ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Rank 3||Field Radio ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Rank 4||Field Radio ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Gold||Rank 1||Unknown ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 2||Unknown ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 3||Unknown ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 4||Unknown ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 5||Unknown ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
Edward Arnold "Eddie" Chapman was an English wartime spy. During the Second World War he offered his services to Nazi Germany as a spy and subsequently became a British double agent. His British Secret Service handlers codenamed him Zigzag in acknowledgement of his rather erratic personal history. He had a number of criminal aliases known by the British police, amongst them Edward Edwards, Arnold Thompson and Edward Simpson. His German codename was Fritz or, later, after endearing himself to his German contacts, its diminutive form of Fritzchen.
In Liberators, Chapman, known as ZigZag, is commander of an army of rifleman, close combat, accurate, and deadly. He’s one of the first strongest rifleman Commanders in the game and is also a crowd favorite.
Chapman was awarded the Iron Cross for his work in apparently damaging the de Havilland works and the City of Lancaster, making him the first Englishman to receive such an award since the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71.
Chapman had two fiancées at the same time, each in opposite war zones. He was still betrothed to Freda Stevenson in Britain when he met Dagmar Lahlum in Norway. He abandoned both women after the war and instead married his former lover Betty Farmer whom he had left in a hurry at the Hotel de la Plage in 1938. He and Farmer later had a daughter Suzanne in 1954.