Eindelijk no. 6 (1967)
Provo magazine from Gent, Belgium
Sieg van de Cruys (Ed.) - Eindelijk #06. Provo magazine from Gent, Belgium. Content: This was supposed to be the last issue, but there was at least one extra issued. The last will; The meaning of life; Eindelijk is an enemy of the state; Gijsbrecht becomes happening; Art is over; April 1 - Day of the democracy (program); Poetry; Life and death; The union; Is being a Christian a provocation?
Condition: Faint yellowish staining. Overall condition: Good.
Magazine 1st Edition 1st Printing. Publisher: Eindelijk, Gent. Year: 1967.
Size: 27.5 x 10.6 Cm.. Pages: 40. Language: Dutch. Seller inventory: #25131.
Eindelijk was a Belgian Provo journal from Gent that published 7 issues between March 1966 and April 1967 was founded by Siegfried (Sieg) van de Cruys. Contributors included Erkki Liukku, Armand Sermon, Miel Appelmans, Mark Elchardus, Sus van Elzen, Sann Deurinck, Guido Courtois and Guido van Meir (Original Thinker Number One or O.T.). Eindelijk started as a "magazine of ideas", an alternative for the existing magazine of “Taalminnend Studentengenootschap ’t Zal wel gaan; in short “TSG t’ Zal wel gaan” or “’t Zal” (Language-loving Student Society We will manage). Issue 2 was confiscated, because of the inclusion of a postage stamp with the image of King Boudewijn with the remark that the only legitimate argument for the conservation of the monarchy is the fact that the image of the king revives the hearts of stamp collectors. A special issue on Vietnam, the first in the “Western mis-civilization” series, was published in December 1966.