3,000 Riot In Amsterdam 1966

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    Full title reads: "Holland. 3,000 Riot In Amsterdam".

    The Netherlands. A riot breaks out after march by building workers.

    LV Mounted Dutch police patrolling street. SV Policemen pushing demonstrator onto pavement. SV As another policeman pushes woman onto pavement. SV As woman turns and calls the policeman a name. LV Police chasing demonstrators into alley. LV Ditto. LV Demonstrators throwing rocks at police. LV Policemen dodging the rocks. LV As the police charge the rioters. Top shot rioter throwing stones, turns and runs. LV Crowd running. LV As policemen throws tear gas bomb. LV Cars driving through tear gas. GV Ditto. LV More rioters throw a street sign into road. As one of them is running back he nearly gets knocked down by a car. GV Crowd around something burning in the road. SV Ditto. Top shot motorcycle police arrive. LV Pan as the crowd run away. LV The motorcycle police chasing a running rioter. He runs onto the pavement and is caught by another policeman who pushes him into a corner, hits him a couple of times then drags him down. SV As another cop comes up and they drag the rioter up by his hair. LV Ambulance arriving. CU Ditto. LV Man being held down by two others kicking his legs. SV Ditto. SV Pan rioter being taken away by policeman in sidecar. SV Group round another injured rioter. CU Ditto. SV Pan another rioter is taken away on motorcycle combination. SV Section of road which has been torn up as ammunition for the rioters. CU Bricks laying in shop window. SV Pan completely burnt out lorry being towed away. CU uprooted parking meters.


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