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"21 oktober 1974 - Aan de Rijksuniversiteit Gent wordt een voorstelling van een toneelstuk van auteur en journalist Bert Verhoye over Cyriel Verschaeve verhinderd door de extreemrechtse groeperingen KVHV, VMO en Were Di. De rijkswacht ontzet het gebouw. De rellen leiden tot de oprichting van het Anti-Fascistisch Front."

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Ghent University (in Dutch, Universiteit Gent, abbreviated UGent) is one of the three large Flemish universities. It is located in the historic town of Ghent in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking (northern) part of Belgium. It has 30,000 students and 6,400 Staff members.




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