Small collection of 8 documents related to the short-lived Dutch counterculture movement, with topics covered including the Witte Scholenplan (White Schools Plan), a photography exhibition, protests, homosexuality, imperialism, the R.T.R. (Revolutionair Terroristische Raad), and animal activism, one with illustrations by Willem van Malsen. Five with illustrations from drawings, cartoons, and photographs, three only typed text. Some minor creasing and toning. 4to. Loose as issued. Various cities, circa 1966.
Provo was a Dutch counterculture movement active in the 1960s, focused on provoking violent responses from authorities using non-violent methods. It was founded on May 25, 1965, by anti-smoking activist Robert Jasper Grootvelt and anarchists Roel van Duijn and Rob Stolk. It disbanded just two years later, on May 13, 1967. It was preceded by the Nozem subculture and followed by the hippie movement.
Book ID: 48569