Wouk Family
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#wk-1:courtesy of Edna nee Zivoni, cousin of the Wouk / Levin family
#wk-3:Herman Wouk Columbia '34 reads from The Caine Mutiny at the Kraft Center.
#wk-4:In the first row - left to right:standing - Sarah Wouk, nee Feldman, my mother. seated: - Faiga Racha Feldman, nee Levine, her mother, and the eldest of the Levine children; Rabbi Mend Leib was her younger brother. standing - Sadie Podolnick, nee Feldman, my mother's older sister. behind, standing, are two men, thought to be cousins of Sarah and Sadie. this picture was taken in 1934, when the two sisters visited their mother who was not well. however, she lived on till 1942. it was taken in either Kurenitz or Budonovah. Anyone having any information about Faiga Racha or the two men, please send it to me. Arthur Wouk (awouk@nilenet.com)


From left;  Betty Sara Wouk ( wife of Herman), Rabbi Mendel Leib Levin (grandfather of Herman) Herman Wouk, Emma Zivoni nee Alperovich (Her grandmother Chaia Gelman was the sister of Mendel Leib Levin, Herman's grandfather) 


Published on Jul 2, 2017
Bestselling author Herman Wouk ("The Caine Mutiny," "The Winds of War," "War and Remembrance"),age 102, recently published his latest book, "Sailor and Fiddler." Though reclusive, the Pulitzer Prize-winner invited correspondent Tracy Smith to his Palm Springs home, and talked about a career conjuring fiction from real life.