Poster shows a picture of Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands superimposed (at the bottom left) on the image of a partially demolished five-story residential building, presumed to be in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Queen took the throne in April, 1980, and squatters began rioting because they did not feel she should have a crown on her head when they did not have a roof over theirs. It was one of the largest riots in the country since World War II. Despite a critical shortage of affordable housing, inhabitable residential buildings and whole neighborhoods were being demolished to make way for new construction that offered housing at much higher rents, if housing was built there at all. The text on this poster was the slogan for the squatter movement at that time. Poster images in sepia tones.