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Wouk, Herman

Born: 1915 AD
Currently alive, at 101 years of age.
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1915 – Born in New York City, USA.

 

1934 – He earned an A.B. degree from Columbia University.

 

1941 – He became a writer of radio spots under the US government

 

1945 – Herman married Betty Sarah Brown.

 

1946 – He became a fulltime writer.

 

1951 – Wouk completed the work "The Caine Mutiny". He ended the novel by emphasizing the need for law

 

1952 – "The Caine Mutiny" won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

 

1955 – He wrote the novel "Marjorie Morningstar" and then the others followed.

 

1962 – Herman wrote the novel "Youngblood Hawke"

 

1971 – He published the novel "The Winds of War"

 

1978 – Wrote the novel "War and Remembrance".

 

1985 – He wrote "Inside, Outside"

 

1998 – He received the Guardian of Zion Award.