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"Internationale Situationniste" was a journal published by the Situationist International movement.

Published from 1958 until 1969, it comprised 12 issues.

The journal was anti-copyright and stated in their first issues that "Tous les textes publiés dans "Internationale Situationniste" peuvent être librement reproduits, traduits ou adaptés, même sans indication d'origine" [all the texts published in Internationale Situationniste may be reproduced, translated or adapted, without indication of the origin].

Internationale Situationniste #1 (June 1958)[1][2]

Internationale Situationniste #3 (December 1959)[3]

  • "L'urbanisme unitaire à la fin des années 1950" (Unitary Urbanism at the End of the 1950s, translated by Paul Hammond), the article shows the Map of Tendre without commenting upon it.




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