Loe Jong Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: April 24, 1914
Birth Time: 1 p.m.
Birth City: Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Degree : 3º29'5.09"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 0º32'26.3"
Moon Sign
Pada : 1
Degree : 7º16'13.71"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Friday
Date April 24, 1914
Time 1 p.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Geo-location 52ºN22'26.51", 4ºE53'22.88"
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam

Residence Details

City Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 22º39'4.32"


Birth Time (Europe/Amsterdam) Apr. 24, 1914, 12:40:28 PM
Birth Time (UTC) Apr. 24, 1914, 12:40:28 PM
Birth Time (LMT) Apr. 24, 1914, 01:00:02 PM
Birth Time (Julian) 2420247.028102
LMT Correction (in Hrs) 0.3261

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 52ºN22'26.51" Lon: 4ºE53'22.88"

Life Attributes List of attributes/tags and tag associated with this kundali.


Famous | Newsmaker Famous | Top 5% of Profession


Education | Researcher Humanities+Social Sciences | Historian Writers | Autobiographer Writers | Columnist/ journalist Writers | Textbook/ Non-fiction


Childhood | Sibling circumstances


Birth | Twin, triplet, etc.

Life Story Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

Dutch and Jewish historian and journalist, the writer of the Dutch standard work "The Kingdom of the Netherlands During World War II". Louis de Jong was one of the male twins of the milkman Godfried de Jong (17 August 1891, Amsterdam - 4 June 1943, Sobibór, Poland) and Betsij Aleng (22 December 1888, Amsterdam - 4 June 1943, Sobibór). He was named after his grandfather Lewi, but to prevent discrimination, the parents changed the name Lewi to Louis. But Louis changed it again to the Jewish "Loe" in his penn-name Loe de Jong. Louis had an in his parents eyes very succesfull twin brother Salomon "Sally" de Jong (24 April 1914, Amsterdam - 31 May 1945, Buchenwald or KZ Mittelbau-Dora), who became a PhD physician on 3 October 1940 in Amsterdam. Sally married Elisabeth de Jong-Van Male (7 May 1915, Deventer – March 1944, Auschwitz) and got two children, who survived the Holocaust by going underground. Sally and Elisabeth escaped July 1943 from Camp Westerbork and fled to France. But here they were captured, imprisoned in Camp Drancy and on 17 December transported to Auschwitz. When the Russians neared the camp, he was transported to Camp Buchenwald or the nearby KZ Mittelbau-Dora, where he died of exhaustion after the war. Louis was jealous of his twin brother Sally, even after his tragic faith. In the sixties Louis had psychological treatment for it. Their only and youngest sister Jeannette de Jong (12 October 1930, Amsterdam - 4 June 1943, Sobibór) was killed during the Holocaust before she could establish a family. Louis and Sally de Jong visited the Vossius Gymnasium in Amsterdam. Louis studied Social Geography and History at the University of Amsterdam (Sept 1932 - Nov 1937). Though he did not study hard and was more involved in social life, he graduated November 1937 cum laude. From 1 February 1938 till May 1940 he was editor foreign affairs of the weekly De Groene Amsterdammer. On 6 September 1939 he married Liesbeth Cost Budde (5 July 1912 - 25 February 1980), with whom he stayed till her death. On 16 May 1940, one day after the Dutch capitulation, Louis and his pregnant wife escaped to England. In London he became editor of Radio Oranje (1 July 1940), on 30 July 1940 he held his maiden speech on the BBC. Radio Oranje was set up by the Regeringsvoorlichtingsdienst of the Dutch government in exile. Listening to it was forbidden, as was possessing a wireless radio later during the war. From October 1945 till 1979 he was the director of the Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie (RIOD), an institute that had to collect, to archive and to publish documents with regard to the Dutch history during WW2. He joined the organisation 15 September 1945. De Jong wrote the 14 Volumes of "Het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden in de Tweede Wereldoorlog (The Kingdom of the Netherlands During World War II). He wrote 2000 words per day. About his personal history the Wikipedia said: "The investigative committee was highly critical of de Jong's insertion of his own personal history in the series. He described in volume 3 how he fled the Netherlands, in volume 7 how his family fared during the war, and reflected on his family's history in volume 12.[3]" He became famous in the Netherlands on 6 May 1960, when he started presenting the Dutch Television Series "De bezetting" (The 40-45 occupation, 1960-1965). He won the 1961 Nipkow award for it. Major questions that puzzled De Jong and the Dutch nation were: How could this happen? Why were so many Dutch Jewish citizens killed? Could people have any knowledge of the Holocaust? Why was the resistance so early broken? The television series in 21 parts, that shocked the Dutch nation can like most of his work found online (see Events). No other television series dealing with Dutch history ever gained that impact and popularity. A spin-off was also shown on German television(Die Besatzung, WDR). But the "Einschaltquoten" were low. The Germans were not interested in what happened in the Kennemerduinen, behind the by German tourists more popular Zandvoort aan Zee. Just as the inhabitants of Goethe city Weimar, had no interest in the place of horror Buchenwald where his twin brother Sally de Jong after the liberation died. Loe de Jong died on 5 March 2005 at old age in Amsterdam. Link to Wikipedia

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


May 30, 1940

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 30 May 1940 in London (maiden speech for BBC radio (Radio Oranje)) .


New Career

July 1, 1940

Work : New Career 1 July 1940 in London (editor of Radio Oranje) .


New Job

Sept. 15, 1945

Work : New Job 15 September 1945 in Amsterdam (Director of the NIOD in October 45) .


Gain Social Status

May 1, 1960

Work : Gain social status 6 May 1960 in Hilversum (Television Series "De bezetting" 1960-65) .


Gain Social Status

May 1, 1963

Work : Gain social status 9 May 1963 (Member of the Dutch academy of science (KNAW)) .


Begin Major Project

Jan. 1, 1969

Work : Begin Major Project 1969 (The Kingdom of the Netherlands During World War II)



Jan. 1, 1990

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1990 in Den Haag (Opkrabbelen (autobiography))



Jan. 1, 1993

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1993 in Den Haag (Herinneringen (autobiography))

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Sept. 1, 1939

Relationship : Marriage 6 September 1939 (Liesbeth Cost Budde) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Degree Completion

Nov. 1, 1937

Social : End a program of study November 1937 in Amsterdam .


Begin Travel

May 16, 1940

Social : Begin Travel 16 May 1940 in IJmuiden (shipped to England after the Dutch capitulation) .


Secret Revealed

Jan. 11, 2011

Social : Secrets revealed 11 January 2011 (Het zwijgen van Loe de Jong, documentary by granddaughter) .


Great Publicity

Dec. 11, 2011

Social : Great Publicity 11 December 2011 in Amsterdam (Het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden in de Tweede Wereldoorlog ]published online]) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Family Trauma

Dec. 17, 1943

Family trauma 17 December 1943 in Drancy internment camp (Twin brother transported to Auschwitz) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Mother Death

June 1, 1943

Death of Mother 4 June 1943 in Sobibór extermination camp .


Sibling Death

June 1, 1943

Death of Sibling 4 June 1943 in Sobibór extermination camp (Jeannette de Jong) .


Father Death

June 1, 1943

Death of Father 9 June 1943 in Sobibór extermination camp .


Signficant Person Death

March 1, 1944

Death of Significant person March 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp (Sister-in law Elisabeth de Jong-Van Male) .


Sibling Death

May 31, 1945

Death of Sibling 31 May 1945 in Buchenwald concentration camp (Community Joods Monument - Sally de Jong) .


Partner Death

Feb. 25, 1980

Death of Mate 25 February 1980 (Liesbeth Cost Budde) .



March 1, 2005

Death, Cause unspecified 5 March 2005 in Amsterdam .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Other Family

Oct. 12, 1930

Other Family 12 October 1930 in Amsterdam (Jeannette de Jong (12 October 1930, Amsterdam - 4 June 1943, Sobibór)) .


Other Work

Dec. 12, 2011

Other Work 12 December 2011 in Amsterdam (NIOD website crashed, too much attention) .

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Abel Herzberg

Associate Relationship With Herzberg, Abel (Born 17 September 1893). Notes: Both Jewish Historians, Describing/Interpreting The Holocaust As It Ocuured To Them

Sally Jong

Opponent/Rival/Enemy Relationship With Jong, Sally De (Born 24 April 1914). Notes: Loe Was Always Jealous Of His Twin Brother And Even Got In Therapy For It (1959/60)

Sally Jong

Sibling Relationship With Jong, Sally De (Born 24 April 1914). Notes: Twin Brother.

Willem Aantjes

Role Played Of/By Aantjes, Willem (Born 16 January 1923). Notes: De Jong Accused Aantjes Of Waffen-Ss Service During Ww2

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