Poster shows a center illustration of two opposing groups. The group to the left is advancing with clenched fists and weapons (a gun and a sickle). They march below a large flagged marked "Volksrepubliek." The group to the right shows two fearful men in suits and hats with their hands in the air as they stare at the advancing group. Beside them is a wide-eyed soldier with his back turned away from the advancing crowd. The second group is in front of large, uppercase letters spelling "FASCISME" upon which sits a crown with a cross on top of it. Poster gives details about a rally and demonstrations to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the second Spanish Republic (founded April 14, 1931). Slated speakers were from the Frente Revolucionario Antifascista y Patriota and some Dutch resistance and solidarity organizations. A choir and an Ethiopian student dance group are listed performers. A film was also listed on the poster: !S' avonds spaans feest! Ink is black on pale yellow paper.