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Les aventures de la dialectique (Adventures of the Dialectic), and, the following week, La Revanche de la dialectique (Revenge of the Dialectic), postcard comics announcing the new mailing address for Internationale Situationniste.
Internationale Situationniste #8. Central bulletin published by the sections of the Situationist International. Editor: G.-E Debord. Editorial committee (Central Council of the SI): Bernstein, Debord, Kotànyi, Lausen. Martin, Strijbosch, Trocchi, Vaneigem.
Guy Debord meets Alice Becker.
21 Aux poubelles de l'histoire! (Into the Trashcan of History!), tract by the Central Council of the SI demonstrating the truly shameless plagiarism of the situationist Theses on the Paris Commune undertaken by Henri Lefebvre in the final issue of the journal Arguments. 'Stop believing in respectable thinkers, and stop believing that revolutionary theory is absent read Internationale Situatonniste for yourself.'
27 Geen dialoog met gluiperds. Geen dialoog met idioten. Pas de dialogue avec les suspects. Pas dialogue avec cons (No Dialogue with Suspects, No Dialogue with Idiots), bilingual tract in Dutch and French against a few fragments of the Stalinist surrealist tendency, signed on behalf of the Central Council of the SI by Jan Strijbosch and Raoul Vaneigem, Anvers.
In Paris, the SI meets Tsushi Kurokawa and Toru Tagaki, delegates to Europe of the Japanese Zengakuren movement.
Der Deutsche Gedanke #1. Bulletin, in German, of the Situationist International for Central Europe, Brussels. Editor: Raoul Vaneigem.
22 June to 7 July Destruction of the RSG-6, Exi Gallery, Odense, Denmark. SI exhibition (Thermonuclear Maps by J.V. Martin, Victories by Michèle Bernstein and Directives by Guy Debord). The Situationists and the New Forms of Action in Art and Politics, text by Guy Debord in Danish, English and French.
Clandestine reissue of the English tract Danger! Official Secret RSG-6, published in April by Spies for Peace, revealing the location and secret plans for a government fallout shelter for Region 6.
Belgian situationist Rudi Renson is arbitrarily prevented from crossing the Danish border while traveling to the exhibition.
Erection, in Sejs Forest, near Silkeborg, of the stone carved by Asger Jorn in December 1960 in memory of Christian Christensen.
27 Exclusion of Attila Kotànyi, Belgian section.
12 Exclusion of Peter Laugesen, Scandinavian section.
On the Exclusion of Attila Kotányi, circular of the Situationist International, Paris.
This chronology has been adapted and expanded from Jean-Jacques Raspaud and Jean-Pierre Voyer, L'Internationale Situationniste: Chronologie, bibliographie, protagonistes (avec un index des noms insulté) (Paris: Champ Libre, 1972); Christophe Bourseiller, Vie et mort de Guy Debord (Paris: Plon, 1999); and Guy Debord, Correspondance (volumes 1, 2 & 3) (Paris: Arthème Fayard, 1999 , 2001 & 2003).