Kiesinger, Kurt Georg
|born on||6 April 1904 at 20:15 (= 8:15 PM )|
|Place||Ebingen, Germany, 48n13, 9e01|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||16°33' 05°53 Asc. 01°00'|
German lawyer, politician and third Chancellor of West Germany from 1966-1969. Educated as a lawyer, he served in the German foreign ministry during World War II, and was later cleared of Nazi associations. As leader of the Christian Democrats, he formed a coalition government that helped them maintain power after 1969. A silver-haired, elegant, dazzling orator, his incumbency as chancellor served to bridge the founding era of Konrad Adenauer with the era of Willy Brandt.
Kurt Georg Kiesinger was the son of a clerk. He studied at both Tubingen and Berlin universities and earned his law degree. Joining the Nazi party in 1933, he worked in the Nazi Foreign Ministry’s radio propaganda division, but became disillusioned and documentation showed that he had been denounced to the Nazi secret police. He was first elected to Parliament in 1949 and became a loyal member of Chancellor Adenauer’s inner circle. He held various important political posts, including chairmanship of the legislature’s foreign relations committee.
In 1955, Kiesinger accompanied Adenauer to Russia on a trip that helped establish diplomatic relations between Moscow and Bonn. In 1958, he became Premier of Baden-Wurttemberg and soon became a leader of the West German federalists, who wanted to increase powers of the state government. After he left the chancellorship, he continued to serve as a party chairman and parliamentary leader until 1971. He kept his seat in Parliament until 1980, when he retired to work on his memoirs, read poetry and take long hikes in the woods.
Kiesinger married Marie-Luise Schneider in 1932, and they had a son and a daughter. He died 3/09/1988 of heart failure in Tubingen.
- associate relationship with Heinemann, Gustav (born 23 July 1899). Notes: President/Chancellor
- associate relationship with Lübke, Heinrich (born 14 October 1894). Notes: President/Chancellor
Gauquelin Vol 5/1955
Sy Scholfield cites same data from birth record at the Ebingen archives quoted in "Politik und Geist, Kurt Georg Kiesinger (1904-1988)" by Albrecht Ernst and Philipp Gassert (Hauptstaatsarchiv, 2004), p. 61: "6. April 1904, nachmittags um acht und ein Viertel Uhr ein Knabe geboren worden sei und daß das Kind die Vornamen Kurt Georg erhalten habe." (On 6 April 1904, at quarter past eight in the afternoon a boy was born and that child received the name Kurt Georg.)
- Family : Relationship : Marriage more than 15 Yrs (56 Years)
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One)
- Lifestyle : Work : Stressful work (Third Chancellor of W. Germany)
- Personal : Death : Illness/ Disease (Heart failure)
- Vocation : Law : Attorney
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (Third Chancellor of W. Germany)
- Vocation : Politics : Nazi party (Joined 1933, later renounced)
- Notable : Extraordinary Talents : For Languages (Dazzling orator)