Jan de Koning (31 August 1926 – 8 October 1994) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP) and later the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and social geographer. De Koning attended a Gymnasium in Meppel from April 1939 until September 1943. On 10 May 1940 Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands and the government fled to London to escape the German occupation. During the German occupation De Koning continued his study but in September 1943 he joined the Dutch resistance against the German occupiers barely 17-years old. Following the end of World War II De Koning volunteered and enlisted in the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army as a Corporal serving in the Dutch East Indies from August 1945 until June 1948. De Koning applied at the Utrecht University in June 19

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  • Jan de Koning (* 31. August 1926 in Zwartsluis, Provinz Overijssel; † 8. Oktober 1994 in Leiden, Provinz Zuid-Holland) war ein niederländischer Politiker der Anti-Revolutionaire Partij (ARP) sowie danach des Christen-Democratisch Appèl (CDA), der unter anderem Mitglied der Ersten Kammer und der Zweiten Kammer der Generalstaaten sowie von 1977 bis 1981 im Kabinett Van Agt I Minister für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit war. Danach fungierte er im Kabinett Van Agt II und Kabinett Van Agt III von 1981 bis 1982 als Minister für Landwirtschaft und Fischerei. Im Kabinett Lubbers I sowie im Kabinett Lubbers II bekleidete er zwischen 1982 und 1989 das Amt als Minister für Soziales und Arbeit. Darüber hinaus hatte er von 1982 bis 1989 auch das Amt als Minister für Angelegenheiten der niederländischen Antillen und Aruba inne. Als Minister bemühte er sich um Kompromisse und der Suche nach dem Erreichbaren. Er war oft als Vermittler im Ministerrat tätig. Die strenge Sparpolitik im Bereich der sozialen Sicherheit führte er mit unternehmerischer Nüchternheit durch. (de)
  • Jan de Koning, né le 31 août 1926 à Zwartsluis et mort le 8 octobre 1994 à Leyde, est un homme politique néerlandais, membre de l'Appel chrétien-démocrate (CDA). Il poursuit une carrière universitaire, avant de se faire élire sénateur en 1969, puis représentant en 1971. Il appartient alors au Parti antirévolutionnaire (ARP), dont il est président de 1973 à 1975. À ce titre, il siège à la commission de coordination qui préfigure le CDA. Après les élections de 1977, il devient ministre de la Coopération pour le développement. Il est nommé ministre de l'Agriculture en 1981, fonction qu'il cumule avec le poste de ministre pour les Antilles néerlandaises à partir de mai 1982. À compter de septembre 1982, il exerce cette responsabilité en parallèle de ses fonctions de ministre des Affaires sociales et de l'Emploi. Il quitte le gouvernement en 1989 et intègre le Conseil d'État, où il siège jusqu'à sa mort. (fr)
  • Jan de Koning (lahir di , 31 Agustus 1926 – meninggal di Leiden, 9 Oktober 1994 pada umur 68 tahun) adalah politikus Belanda dari yang kelak akan pindah ke Christen Democratisch Appèl. Ia menjadi menteri dalam 5 kabinet berturut-turut (1977-1989). (in)
  • Jan de Koning (31 August 1926 – 8 October 1994) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP) and later the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and social geographer. De Koning attended a Gymnasium in Meppel from April 1939 until September 1943. On 10 May 1940 Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands and the government fled to London to escape the German occupation. During the German occupation De Koning continued his study but in September 1943 he joined the Dutch resistance against the German occupiers barely 17-years old. Following the end of World War II De Koning volunteered and enlisted in the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army as a Corporal serving in the Dutch East Indies from August 1945 until June 1948. De Koning applied at the Utrecht University in June 1948 majoring in Social geography and obtaining an Bachelor of Social Science degree in July 1950 and worked as a student researcher before graduating with an Master of Social Science degree in July 1958. De Koning worked as a trade association executive for the Christian Farmers and Gardeners association (CBTB) from February 1955 until November 1961 and worked as a researcher at the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences from November 1961 until January 1964. De Koning worked again as a trade association executive for the Christian Farmers and Gardeners association serving as General-Secretary of the Executive Board from January 1964 until May 1971. De Koning was elected as a Member of the Senate after the Senate election of 1969, taking office on 16 September 1969 serving as a frontbencher and the spokesperson for Agriculture and Fisheries and deputy spokesperson for Education and Transport and Water Management. De Koning was elected as a Member of the House of Representatives after the election of 1971, he resigned as a Member of the Senate the same day he was installed as a Member of the House of Representatives, taking office on 10 May 1971 serving as a frontbencher and the spokesperson for Agriculture and Fisheries, Development Cooperation and deputy spokesperson for Social Affairs, Transport and Water Management, Housing and Spatial Planning and Kingdom Relations. De Koning was selected as a Member of the European Parliament and dual served in those positions, taking office on 8 May 1967. De Koning served as Chairman of the Anti-Revolutionary Party from 11 May 1973 until 13 December 1975. After the election of 1977 De Koning was appointed as Minister for Development Cooperation in the Cabinet Van Agt-Wiegel, taking office on 19 December 1977. De Koning served as acting Minister of Defence from 4 March 1978 until 8 March 1978 following the resignation Roelof Kruisinga. After the election of 1981 De Koning returned as a Member of the House of Representatives, taking office on 10 June 1981. Following the cabinet formation of 1981 De Koning was appointed as Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries in the Cabinet Van Agt II, taking office on 11 September 1981. The Cabinet Van Agt II fell just seven months into its term on 12 May 1982 after months of tensions in the coalition and continued to serve in a demissionary capacity until the first cabinet formation of 1982 when it was replaced by the caretaker Cabinet Van Agt III with De Koning continuing as Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and also took over as Minister for Netherlands Antilles Affairs, taking office on 29 May 1982. After the election of 1982 De Koning again returned as a Member of the House of Representatives, taking office on 16 September 1982. Following the second cabinet formation of 1982 De Koning was appointed as Minister of Social Affairs and Employment and also continued as the newly renamed Minister for Netherlands Antilles and Aruba Affairs in the Cabinet Lubbers I, taking office on 4 November 1982. After the election of 1986 De Koning once again returned as a Member of the House of Representatives, taking office on 3 June 1986. Following the cabinet formation of 1986 De Koning continued as Minister of Social Affairs and Employment and Minister for Netherlands Antilles and Aruba Affairs in the Cabinet Lubbers II, taking office on 14 July 1986. De Koning served as acting Minister of the Interior from 3 February 1987 until 6 May 1987 during a medical leave of absence of Kees van Dijk with State Secretary for Social Affairs and Employment Louw de Graaf taking over as acting Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. In July 1989 De Koning announced that he wouldn't stand for the election of 1989. Following the cabinet formation of 1989 De Koning per his own request asked not to be considered for a cabinet post in the new cabinet, the Cabinet Lubbers II was replaced by the Cabinet Lubbers III on 7 November 1989. De Koning remained in active in national politics, in December 1989 he was nominated as an Extraordinary Member of the Council of State, taking office on 1 January 1990. De Koning also became active in the private sector and public sector and occupied numerous seats as a corporate director and nonprofit director on several boards of directors and supervisory boards (Achmea, Van Lanschot, Energy Research Centre, Royal Dutch Geographical Society, International Institute of Social History, Society for Statistics and Operations Research, Anne Frank Foundation and the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences) and served on several state commissions and councils on behalf of the government (Staatsbosbeheer, Statistics Netherlands and the Public Pension Funds PFZW). De Koning also served as a distinguished professor of Social geography at the University of Groningen from 1 January 1991. In August 1994 De Koning was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he died two months later at the age of 68. De Koning was known for his abilities as a manager and consensus builder. He holds the distinction as the longest-serving Minister of Social Affairs and Employment after World War II with 7 years, 88 days and the fifth longest-serving government minister after World War II with 11 years, 323 days. (en)
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  • Jan de Koning (lahir di , 31 Agustus 1926 – meninggal di Leiden, 9 Oktober 1994 pada umur 68 tahun) adalah politikus Belanda dari yang kelak akan pindah ke Christen Democratisch Appèl. Ia menjadi menteri dalam 5 kabinet berturut-turut (1977-1989). (in)
  • Jan de Koning (* 31. August 1926 in Zwartsluis, Provinz Overijssel; † 8. Oktober 1994 in Leiden, Provinz Zuid-Holland) war ein niederländischer Politiker der Anti-Revolutionaire Partij (ARP) sowie danach des Christen-Democratisch Appèl (CDA), der unter anderem Mitglied der Ersten Kammer und der Zweiten Kammer der Generalstaaten sowie von 1977 bis 1981 im Kabinett Van Agt I Minister für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit war. Danach fungierte er im Kabinett Van Agt II und Kabinett Van Agt III von 1981 bis 1982 als Minister für Landwirtschaft und Fischerei. Im Kabinett Lubbers I sowie im Kabinett Lubbers II bekleidete er zwischen 1982 und 1989 das Amt als Minister für Soziales und Arbeit. Darüber hinaus hatte er von 1982 bis 1989 auch das Amt als Minister für Angelegenheiten der niederländischen Ant (de)
  • Jan de Koning, né le 31 août 1926 à Zwartsluis et mort le 8 octobre 1994 à Leyde, est un homme politique néerlandais, membre de l'Appel chrétien-démocrate (CDA). Il poursuit une carrière universitaire, avant de se faire élire sénateur en 1969, puis représentant en 1971. Il appartient alors au Parti antirévolutionnaire (ARP), dont il est président de 1973 à 1975. À ce titre, il siège à la commission de coordination qui préfigure le CDA. Il quitte le gouvernement en 1989 et intègre le Conseil d'État, où il siège jusqu'à sa mort. (fr)
  • Jan de Koning (31 August 1926 – 8 October 1994) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP) and later the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and social geographer. De Koning attended a Gymnasium in Meppel from April 1939 until September 1943. On 10 May 1940 Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands and the government fled to London to escape the German occupation. During the German occupation De Koning continued his study but in September 1943 he joined the Dutch resistance against the German occupiers barely 17-years old. Following the end of World War II De Koning volunteered and enlisted in the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army as a Corporal serving in the Dutch East Indies from August 1945 until June 1948. De Koning applied at the Utrecht University in June 19 (en)
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