29 maart 1986 – ACTIVISTS BURN HOTEL AT CP MEETING

Kedichem – Left-wing activists set fire to a hotel, where at that time a meeting was going on of the right-wing CP'86. A woman is seriously injured, when she tries to climb down through sheets and goes through a glass door with her leg. Police arrest at least 70 people. The meeting was in a secret location, only a few activists followed some participants.

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29 maart 1583 – THE HAGUE CARD MAKER BELIEVED FOR COUNTER-REVOLUTION

Den Haag – The Hague mapmaker / smuggler Cornelis de Hooghe is beheaded in The Hague. He is seen as the instigator of the counter-revolution. As the illegitimate son of Emperor Charles V, he has some seditious writings printed. He is betrayed and arrested and later beheaded and quartered.

29 maart 1989 – PAINTINGS DORRDRHIGHT MUSEUM DESTROYED WITH STANLEYMES

Dordrecht – A confused man has edited several paintings with a knife in the Dordrechts Museum. The damage is in the millions of dollars. The man is unemployed and feels discriminated against by the Dutch state. The man turns himself in to the police, but never ends up in jail.

read more: Confused man strikes in Dordrecht Museum; 10 destroyed paintings