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Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Oranje Komitee De Parel van de Jordaan

The Provo Orange Committee The Pearl of the Jordaan* was founded January 10, 1966 by e.g. Hans Tuynman, Rob Stolk, Peter Bronkhorst, Auke Boersma and Lou van Nimwegen

*The Jordaan is an old Amsterdam neighbourhood


10 maart '66 (March 10, 1966)

A collection of pictures, newspaper clippings and cartoons of the protests and police brutality around the marriage of Princess Beatrix and Claus von Amsberg

Editors: Christoph Hahn & Rob Stolk, in collaboration with the magazines Provo, Propria Cures, Links and Yang
Pictures: Cor Jaring, Ed van der Elsken, Koen Wessing and G.J. Wolfensperger
Publisher: Parel van de Jordaan

1966
Front cover
Mimeographed

Unpaginated

21.0 x 29.8 cm

Het monster van Amsterdam roert op 10 maart zijn staart (The monster of Amsterdam wigs its tail on March 10)

Call for a protest happening on March 10

Text: Roel van Duyn

Amsterdam
March 7, 1966
Offset
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Aan het Nederlandse volk (To the Dutch population)

Provocation, the only remaining (sad) instrument against repression, will be realized in the form of an anti-marriage gift and anti-fire works for the marriage of Princess Beatrix and Claus von Amsberg; Invitation to Mayor Van Hall to accept the honory membership of the committee

Signed: Oranje-Komitee de Parel van de Jordaan, Hans Tuinman, Rob Stolk, Peter Bronkhorst and Auke Boersma
Text: Hans Tuynman

Amsterdam
January 17, 1966

Mimeographed
Two-sided
33.9 x 21.5 cm

Warning against the threat of extreme groups to feed LSD to police horses during the marriage of Princess Beatrix and Claus von Amsberg

Signed: Oranje Komitee "De Parel van de Jordaan"

Text: Hans Tuynman

Amsterdam
February 3, 1966

Mimeographed
One-sided
15.0 x 21.0 cm

The text was reproduced in Provo 7

Call for a demonstration to protext against the confiscation of the magazine God, Nederland & Oranje

Signed: Oranje Komitee "De Parer vand de Jordaan"

Text: Hans Tuynman

Amsterdam
September 16, 1966

Mimeographed
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Plan to celebrate the Queen's birthday with a collective creative Orange happening

The lower part is from a picture of Julie London in Bikkelacht, which was then reproduced in issued 9 of Student magazine, on this Provo leaflet and in Trophonius

 

The same collage re-appeared in the punk and squatting movement at the end of the Seventies and early Eighties of the 20th century

The back contains the programme and a participation form

Text: Auke Pieter Boersma

Amsterdam
April 29, 1966

Mimeographed
Two-sided
29.8 x 21.0 cm

Poem by "jan" on one side and a new national hymn by J. Eijkelboom on the other

Signed: J. Eijkelboom
Text: J. Eijkelboom and Jan Swagerman

Illustrations: e.g. Willem (Bernard Holtrop)

Amsterdam

January 22, 1966
Mimeographed

Two-sided
34.0 x 21.5 cm

Provoklamatie (Provo declaration)

Call for a demonstration around the yearly speech the Queen

 

The illustration also appeared in God, Nederland en Oranje 1 and was the reason that this magazine was confiscated by the police for insulting the Queen

 

Illustration: Willem (Bernard Holtrop)


Amsterdam

September 6, 1966
Mimeographed

One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Oproep aan alle Amsterdammers (Call to all Amsterdamers)

 

Call to peacefully object and participate in a demonstration against the marriage of Princess Beatrix and Claus von Amsberg

 

Also contains an overview of the security measures during the marriage as announced by a high-ranked policeman

With a picture of Claus von Amsberg in a uniform of the skull regiment of the nazi-German Wehrmacht

 

Text: Rob Stolk

Amsterdam

Two variants with slightly differen ttext
February 10, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
33.9 x 21.5 cm

Picture of Claus George Wilhelm Otto Frederick Geert von Amsberg in uniform of the feared skull regiment, a part of Hitler's Wehrmacht (1944)

Quote (on the pamphlet on the left): "Every German, who crosses its borders carrying arms, isn't worth the luck of still being alive" (Prof. Nagel)

Text: Rob Stolk

Amsterdam

Two variants with slightly different text
February 10, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
33.9 x 21.5 cm