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Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Persbericht van Provo - Lijst 18 - Amsterdam (Press release of Provo - Election register 18 - Amsterdam)

Refers to protest letters to the:
1. European human rights committee on the arrests of various Provo members;
2. chairman of the "Eerste kamer der Staten Generaal" (comparable to the House of Lords) on its member Van Lieshout who tried to influence the judicial system by requesting more severe punishments

Amsterdam
April 5, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
27.0 x 20.9 cm

Persbericht 24 juni 1966 (Press release June 24, 1966)

Protest against the arrest of 19 + 36 youngsters at a demonstration that was not allowed by the authorities

Signed: Socialistische Jeugd (S.J.; Socialist Youth), Pacifistisch-socialistische Jongeren Werkgroepen (P.S.J.W.; Pacifist-socialist Youth Work Groups), Provo, Politeia, Studenten Vakbeweging afd. Amsterdam (S.V.B.; Student Union Amsterdam)

Amsterdam
June 24, 1966
Mimeographed
Two-sided
32.5 x 21.0 cm

Persbericht 27 juni 1966 (Press release June 27, 1966)

Request for a demonstration on June 30, 1966

Signed: Socialistische Jeugd (S.J.; Socialist Youth)

Supported by: Pacifistisch-socialistische Jongeren Werkgroepen (P.S.J.W.; Pacifist-socialist Youth Work Groups), Provo, Politeia, Studenten Vakbeweging afd. Amsterdam (S.V.B.; Student Union Amsterdam)

Amsterdam
June 27, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
27.0 x 21.0 cm

Perscommunique (Press release)

An overview of the events between March 30 and April 5, 1966 and a call to free all arrested Provo's

Amsterdam
April 5, 1966
Mimeographed
Two-sided
27.4 x 21.4 cm

Perscommunique (Press release)

Publication of the R.T.R. - Revolutsjonner Terroristic Kommite (Revolutionary Terrorist Committee; later RTR = Revolutionary Terrorist Council)

Established by e.g. Rob Stolk and Peter Bronkhorst

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

Signed: Nico van Apeldoorn, Peter Bronkhorst, Ronald van der Horst, Felice S., Tanja Bodijn and others
Text: Peter Bronkhorst

Amsterdam
November 12, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Pol-art

Call for a demonstration for better weather

Signed: P.V.T.B.V.H.O.V.E.B.W. (Provo's Vereniging Tot Bevordering Van het Ontstaan Van Een Beter Weertype) (Provo's association for the promotion of the emergence of a better weather type) and Jaap Ham

Amsterdam
May 8, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.5 x 20.7 cm

PPPPRRRROOOOVVVVOOOO is:

Provo explained; subscription form for Provo magazine

Amsterdam
September 5, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.4 x 20.6 cm
Inserted in Provo specimen copies

Praktiese richtlijnen bij demonstraties (Practical guidelines at demonstrations)

What to do and not to do at demonstrations

Text: I. Hamming

Amsterdam
May 24, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.4 x 20.6 cm

Provo protest meeting

Provo meeting against the arrest of Spanish anarchists and their possible conviction to death by strangulation by the "garrote"

Amsterdam
November 3, 1966
Offset
One-sided
61.2 x 42.9 cm

Provo-Amsterdam

 

Blank payment reminder for subscription Provo magazine

Signed: loevannimwegen (Lou van Nimwegen)

Amsterdam
June 1, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.7 x 21.1 cm

Provo anarchistenblad (Provo anarchist magazine)

Invoice form for Provo magazines

Amsterdam
1966?
Mimeographed
One-sided
33.9 x 21.2 cm

Provo anarchistenblad magic press center (Provo anarchist magazine magic press center)

Provo stationary

Amsterdam
1966?
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.4 x 21.1 cm

Provo-Bulletin

Mixed news:
1. Police does not accept Provo's invitation for a soccer match
2. Arrests for the subversive letter in Provo 7
3. A discussion between Minister Cals and Provo Bernard de Vries will take place
4. Happening
5. Monarchy
6. Political prisoners in The Netherlands

Text: Auke Boersma

Amsterdam
April 27, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.6 x 20.9 cm

Provo-Bulletin

Solidarity with the demands of the Amsterdam construction workers

Signed: Nico van Apeldoorn, Gabriel Berkhout, Peter Bronkhorst, Roel van Duyn, Irene van de Weetering, Arnold Eemans, Rob de Groot, Jaap Ham, Koosje Koster, Loe van Nimwegen, Ron van de Horst, Luud Schimmelpenninck, Rob Stolk, Bernhard de Vries and others
Text: Provo-raad (Provo-council)

Amsterdam
June 15, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.3 x 20.6 cm
Two slightly different versions

Provo-Bulletin War?

Provo war declared against Spain in protest to the death sentences by strangulation

Signed: "De raad van 3 zwarte pieten" (The council of 3 black petes)

Amsterdam
November 3, 1966
Mimeographed
One-sided
34.0 x 21.5 cm

Provo contra Koekoek (Provo contra Koekoek)

Demonstration against an election meeting in Frasacati of the right-wing Boerenpartij (The Farmers Party) and its leader Koekoek, which ended in a massive fight

The meetings in Frascati, organized by by Robert Jasper Grootveld, were an in-door continuation of the happenings at Het Lieverdje

Amsterdam
February 7, 1967
Offset
One-sided
29.7 x 21.0 cm

Provo 1965-1967

Death of Provo

Design: Willem (Bernard Holtrop)
Publisher: Hollands Glorie

Amsterdam
1967
Offset
One-sided
61.3 x 43.1 cm
Pink and white versions

Provoceer! Stemt Provo lijst 12 (Provoke! Vote Provo List 12)

Poster city council elections

Design: Willem (Bernard Holtrop)

Amsterdam
January 25, 1966
Offset
One-sided
49.7 x 25.2 cm

 

Provoceer! (Provoke!)

Advertisement for Provo magazine

Design: Willem (Bernard Holtrop)

Amsterdam
January 25, 1966
Offset
One-sided
49.7 x 25.2 cm

Provo is uit! 5 bekende doktoren bevelen Provo aan (Provo issued! 5 renowned physicians recommend Provo)

Advertisement for Provo magazine

Design: Olaf Stoop and Roel van Duyn

Amsterdam
July 12, 1967
Mimeographed
One-sided
21.5 x 33.9 cm

Provo, jongerentijdschrift ter vernieuwing van het anarchisme (Provo, youth magazine for the renewal of anarchism)

First Provo pamphlet explaining what Provo is about and announcing Provo magazine

Signed: Roel van Duyn, Rob Faado (= Robert Hartzema) and Martijn Ananar (= Maarten Lindt)

Amsterdam
May 25, 1965
Mimeographed
Two-sided
29.5 x 21.0 cm
Two versions of the front: One indicated as being distributed as insert of magazine "Recht voor Allen Nr. 585"; The other not

Provo-proces (Provo-trial)

Protest against Provo sentences; With newspaper clippings

Signed: Provo - anarchistenblad (Provo anarchist magazine)

Amsterdam
August 19, 1965
Mimeographed
One-sided
20.6 x 29.4 cm

Provo-(publi)katie (Provo-(publi)cation)

Open letter to Mrs. von Lippe-Biesterfeld von Mecklenburg (Queen Juliana) with an invitation to explain her unnecesary presence at the yearly state of the country on the third tuesday in september

Text and signed: H.E.A. (Hans) Tuynman

Amsterdam
September 16, 1965
Offset diapositive
One-sided
28.0 x 21.4 cm

What is the provotariat? ? (What is the provotariat?)

English translation of Provocation 8 (see Provokaties)

Signed: Gabriel Berkhout, Peter Bronkhorst, Roel van Duyn, Arnold Emans, Rob de Groot, Fred Fontijn, Jaap Ham, Ron v/d Horst, Koosje Koster, Lou van Nimwegen, Luud Schimmelpenninck, Rob Stolk, Hans Tuynman, Bernard de Vries, Irène v/d Weetering, Duco van Weerlee etc. etc.
Translation: A. Briggs

Amsterdam
July 21, 1966
Mimeographed
Two-sided
34.0 x 21.3 cm

Provo-verklaring aan de pers (Provo statement to the press)

Protest against police conduct and against the confiscation of white bikes

Signed: Peter Bronkhorst, Garmt Kroeze, Rob Stolk, Roel van Duyn, Luud Schimmelpenninck, John Willemse and Didier Eskamp

Amsterdam
August 15, 1965
Mimeographed
One-sided
29.6 x 21.0 cm