[Berlin]: [Hascrebellen], 1969. 60 by 43 cm. Black text on white stock. Fine condition. Item #29198
Original poster for an event presented by the Haschrebellen, a tongue-in-cheek left-wing organization in the same milieu as the Red Army Faction in West Berlin for an action that took place (presumably in West Berlin) on November 29, 1969.
At this event were representatives from Fatah (the Palestinian political party) and Tupamoros (the left-wing movement in Uruguay in the late 60’s and early 70s). The main event included a concert by the Argentinean band Vox Dei, billed as “acid rock, guerilla rock, total music.” At the bottom below the main image of two crypto-hippies, armed to the teeth with Molotov cocktails and more brutish weapons is the phrase “Terror-Rauschgift,” which translates as “Terror Drug.”
A very lively poster, in exquisitely preserved condition, that dates from an extraordinary time in West Berlin, somewhat romanticized in movies like The Baader-Meinhof Complex and Marianne and Juliane.
No holdings in OCLC.