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Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Greetings to welcome American tourists to Amsterdam as a centre of culture

An overview of cultural events at the Holland Festival; On the back a protest against the Vietnam war directed to American tourists

Signed: Common Dutch Peace Action, Pacifist Socialist Party, Provo and War Resister's International (UK)

Amsterdam
1966
Offset
Two-sided
21.0 x 33.9 cm

In English

Hanoi géén Guernica (1936) of Rotterdam (1940)! (Hanoi no Guernica (1936) or Rotterdam (1940)!)

Protest against the Vietnam war

Signed: S.J. (Socialist Youth); Supported by Politeia, PSJW, Provo, Rode Jeugd (Red Youth) and SVB-Amsterdam

Amsterdam
July 8, 1966
Mimeographed
Two-sided

Second printing (same as the first)
29.7 x 21.1 cm

Hans Metz moet vrij! (Release Hans Metz!)

Call to protest against the arrest of Hans Metz, the publisher of God, Nederland en Oranje for depicting Queen Juliana as prostitute in issue 1; At the back a fake letter from Che Guevara: 'Lieve Kerielja' (Dear Kerielja)

Illustration: Willem (Bernard Holtrop)

Amsterdam
April 18, 1967
Offset
Two-sided
28.5 x 21.5 cm

Happening

Call for a happening at the Noordermarkt

Signed: Hans Tuynman, Peter Bronkhorst, Lou van Nimwegen, Rob Stolk, Auke Boersma, Bernhard de Vries, Ducco van Weerlee, Gabriel Berkhout, Arnold Eemans and Koosje Koster

Amsterdam
June 24, 1966
Original in felt-tipped pen
One-sided
29.7 x 21.1 cm

Happening

Call for a happening at the Noordermarkt

Signed: Hans Tuynman, Peter Bronkhorst, Lou van Nimwegen, Rob Stolk, Auke Boersema, Bernhard de Vries, Ducco van Weerlee, Gabriel Borkhout, Arnold Eemans and Koosje Koster

Amsterdam
June 24, 1966
Original in felt-tipped pen
One-sided
29.7 x 21.1 cm

Happening Happening

Happening by safe-traffic magician Thom Jaspers; Accusing car drivers of murder

Text: Thom Jaspers

Amsterdam
July 28, 1965
Offset
One-sided
25.0 x 12.4 cm

Heeft legaal verzet nog zin (Does legal resistance still pay off?)

Publication of the R.T.R. - Revolutionaire Terroristische Raad (Revolutionary Terrorist Council)

During the Provo meeting in Borgharen at the end of November 1966, the R.T.R. in a pseudoschism seized the power in Amsterdam with a number of extreme publications

Text: Roel van Duyn and Hans Tuynman

Amsterdam
March 27, 1967
Mimeographed
One-sided
27.5 x 21.4 cm

Heil Heutz

Call for protest against right-wing meeting of the farmers party (Boerenpartij) to honor van Heutz at his monument

Amsterdam
February 3, 1968
Mimeographed
One-sided
33.9 x 21.5 cm

Held van den geest No 3 (Hero of the spirit No 3)

A pamphlet against Adje Lagerwaard, an organizer of beat (pop) concerts in The Hague, who offered (for a nice sum) to make Amsterdam Provo free

Amsterdam
January 24, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
33.9 x 21.4 cm
This leaflet may have been distributed separately, but is also part of Provo 6

Bastaard, een spoedig verschijnend semi-literair-politiek-pop-art-blad (Bastaard, a soon to be published semi-literary-political-pop-art-magazine)

Announcement publication Bastaard magazine

Bastaard was the more radical Provo group around artist Joop Dielemans that separated from Provo in November 1965

The magazine was never published

Amsterdam
1965
Mimeographed?
One-sided
34.0 x 21.5 cm

Herinnering aan het verbod van vlaggen enz. (Reminder for the ban on flagging etc.)

An adapted German World War II pamphlet forbidding all expressions, like flagging, of sympathy with the royal family

 

On the right, the original used by Provo

Amsterdam
September 5, 1966
Offset
One-sided
Left: 29.6 x 20.9 cm

Right: 35.0 x 24.6 cm

Het zal je gebeuren ... (Just think it will happen to you ...)

Fake complaint by a detective of the Amsterdam police force as a protest against police brutality

Text: G. Gilliard and G. Knemeijer

Amsterdam
June 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
27.4 x 21.4 cm

In de plee mate (In the toilet mate)

Protest against the arrest of three editors of student magazine Bikkelacht and some Provo's

Signed: Many
Illustrations: Malesen and Willem

Amsterdam
1966
Offset
Two-sided
28.0 x 41.8 cm

In naam van God, Nederland & Oranje, Hans Metz moet vrij (In the name of God, Nederland & Oranje, Release Hans Metz)

Call to protest against the arrest of Hans Metz, the publisher of God, Nederland en Oranje for depicting Queen Juliana as prostitute in issue 1

Signed: Provo and Socialist Youth The Netherlands (S.J.)

Two versions

Amsterdam
April 15, 1967
Offset
One-sided
26.9 x 21.0 cm

29.7 x 21.0 cm

Kanker Klux Klan

A protest against tobacco smoking

Signed: Stud. K te U

Text and design: Robert Jasper Grootveld?

Amsterdam?
Offset?
One-sided
30.3 x 19.5 cm

kankerkluxklan

Konsept aanklacht naar aanleiding van het politie optreden (Draft complaint against police conduct)

Fill-in form for official complaints against police brutality

Signed: A.A. Regtien, J. Blok, H. v.d. Bergh and S. v. Duin

Amsterdam
March 17, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.5 x 21.0 cm

Kulturele revolutie (Cultural revolution)

Call for a happening at the Rijksmuseum

Signed: De Wiite Garde (The White Guard)
Text: Rob Stolk

Amsterdam
January 27, 1967
Offset
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Laatste nieuws (The latest news)

Protest against the (unmotivated) ban by Amsterdam mayor Van Hall of a demonstration against police violence during the protest by construction workers at which Jan Weggelaar died

Signed: Socialist Youth (SJ), Pacifist Socialist Youth Working Groups (PSJW), Provo, Politeia and Student Union (SVB) Section Amsterdam

Amsterdam
June 23, 1966
Mimeographed
Two-sided
27.5 x 21.3 cm

L.S. (To whom it may concern)

Call for a silent protest march on April 17, 1966 against nuclear arms production and distribution, NATO, Washington politics concerning Vietnam etc.

Signed: By 50 artists and Provo's, including Constant Nieuwenhuis, Boudewijn de Groot, Jan Wolkers, Peter Bronkhorst, Auke Pieter Boersma, Irene van de Wetering and Simon Vinkenoog

Amsterdam
April 16, 1966
Offset
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Mijnheer (Sir)

Proposal from Provo to the police for a soccer match between the police and Provo to improve the relationship in the "cool-down period" proposed by mayor Van Hall

Signed: On behalf of Provo - Auke Boersma, Ite Hamming, Peter Bronkhorst, Arnold Eerdmans, Gabriël Berkhout and Rob Stolk
Text: Auke Boersma and Rob Stolk

Amsterdam
April 14, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Open brief aan: (Open letter to:)

Letter to various authorities regarding an action on World Animal Day against vivisection

Signed: Peter Schat, Peter Bronkhorst, René Wiegers and Fred Fontijn
Text: Peter Schat

Amsterdam
October 6, 1966
Mimeographed
3 pp.
29.7 x 21.0 cm

openbrief3

Oproep! (Call!)

Call for a Sit-In at the USA consulate to protest against the Vietnam war

Signed: Bastaard, Provo, P.S.J.W. (Pacifist, Socialist Youth Work groups), S.O.K. (Socialist Encounter Centres) and S.J. ( Socialist Youth The Netherlands)

Amsterdam
December 17, 1965
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.7 x 21.1 cm

Oproep! (Call!)

Call for a protest against the policy of the police and the justice department

Amsterdam
November 1, 1966
Mimeographed
Two-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Oproep. Kom naar Frascati (Call. Come to Frascati)

Provo call to all that are already in the magic circle or to those that want to be in the magic circle to come to Frascati to contribute their opions in the struggle for a white Amsterdam as a first step towards anarchy

Text: A. Groeneschey

Amsterdam
October 7, 1967
Offset
One-sided
29.7 x 20.9 cm

Oproep tot geweldsbezwering (Call to stop violence)

Reaction of the Provo's present at the meeting in Borgharen at the end of November 1966 on the extreme publications by the R.T.R. - Revolutionaire Terroristische Raad (Revolutionary Terrorist Council), established by e.g. Rob Stolk and Peter Bronkhorst, who in a pseudoschism seized the power in Amsterdam during their absence

Signed: On behalf of Provo International - Roel van Duyn, Irėne van de Wetering, Hans Tuynman, Duco van Weerlee, Kees Egas, Jasper Grootveld, Jan Hein Donner, Karla Kuit, Loe van Nimwegen and Felice S.

Amsterdam
March 27, 1967
Mimeographed
One-sided
27.6 x 21.5 cm

Oproep! (Call!)

Call for demonstration to protest against the imprisonement in Spain of an 18-year old Scottish anarchist

Signed: Komité 29 november '62 (Committee November 29, '62) - Roel van Duyn, Rudolf de Jong and Fries de Vries

Amsterdam
September 1964
Mimeographed
One-sided
30.6 x 21.1 cm

Oproep!!! (Call!!!)

Warning that many Germans will come to Amsterdam for the marriage of Beatrix and Claus

Signed: Comité van Verzet tegen dit Huwelijk (Committee of Resistance against this Marriage)
Text: J. Dielemans

Amsterdam
September 1964
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Oproep tot permanente revolutie (Call for continuous revolution)

Call for a meeting at the Speakers Corner in the Vondelpark to dissolve Provo

Text: Rob Stolk
Illustration: Rob Stolk

Amsterdam
May 13, 1967
Offset?
One-sided
60.5 x 42.7 cm

Opsporing verzocht De Telegraaf (Wanted De Telegraaf)

Collage of newspaper clippings from daily right-wing newspaper De Telegraaf about police brutality against Provo

Amsterdam
April 1966
Offset
Two-sided
35.3 x 24.3 cm