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Mount Laurel-based Documented Legacy to Release Military Memoir of World War II Air Force Vet Who Survived Black Thursday Crash
Date:7/14/2014

Mount Laurel, N.J. (PRWEB) July 14, 2014

Documented Legacy, a mobile personal historian company based in Mount Laurel, has announced the publication of its first military memoir about a World War II veteran, who survived a plane crash on Black Thursday in October 1943 and 19 months as a prisoner of war before a 300-mile Death March to return home and build the American dream.

From the Top Turret: A Memoir of World War II and the American dream (Amazon) is a true life story of Gerard Caporaso’s courage, faith, family and commitment. It is filled with sage lessons, written by Caporaso, 93, of Summit, New Jersey, and co-written by Mary V. Danielsen of Documented Legacy. The book begins with Caporaso growing up as one of 11 children in Chatham, New Jersey. It takes readers on his tumultuous journey from training in the U.S. Eighth Air Force during World War II to the moment when the B-17 bomber he was manning in the top turret, the Dottie J III, crash landed in a field outside Thiacourt, France during the second invasion on Schweinfurt, Germany and his survival as a prisoner of war.

Imprisoned in Stalag XVIIB in the village of Gneixendorf, Austria, Caporaso watched brutal German guards take hostile command of their perceived authority on life, slowly peeling away every layer of a man's dignity. Yet, only a prison camp full of ingenious engineers could find so many uses for the contents of a Red
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