This Day in Jewish History, 1923 The Woman Who Wrote Equality Into Japan’s Constitution Is Born

Viennese-born Beate Gordon spent formative years in Japan and came back after WWII with the U.S. occupation army - to help draft a constitution.

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October 25, 1923, is the birthdate of Beate Sirota Gordon, a Viennese-born Jew who spent her formative years in Japan and returned to the country after World War II with the U.S. occupation army, which gave...