Article of the day January 13 2018The Wikipedia article of the day for January 13 2018 is SMS Wittelsbach. SMS Wittelsbach (His Majesty's Ship Wittelsbach) was the lead ship of her class of pre-dreadnought battleships built for the German Imperial Navy. She was the first capital ship built under the Navy Law of 1898 which was brought about by Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz. Wittelsbach was laid down in 1899 at the Wilhelmshaven Navy Dockyard and completed in October 1902 armed with a main…

The Wikipedia article of the day for January 2018 is Rochdale Cenotaph . Rochdale Cenotaph is a First World War memorial on the Esplana.

PLEASE SIGN a petition to give this great man an honorary knighthood.... I believe Great Britain should give an Honorary Knighthood to that great man Muhammad Ali. Ali is a genuine hero, one of the greatest sportsmen ever known, a great human being who has campaigned against poverty and discrimination and for young people and the sick throughout his life, and in particular...

There is a petition for Muhammad Ali to be given an honorary British knighthood set up by boxer David Haye.

Muhammad Ali (in red) fights for Great Britain. (ATR)

Muhammad Ali (in red) fights for Great Britain.

Young World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) looks poised in this original 6.25 X 10.5 1966 wire photograph that is stamped and captioned on the verso “Quiet Before the Battle,” photographed at the entrance of the Piccadilly Hotel, London, May 20, 1966 on the day before his second meeting with Britain’s Heavyweight Champion, Henry Cooper.

Young World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) looks poised in this original X 1966 wire photograph that is stamped and captioned on the verso “Quiet Before the Battle,” photographed at the entrance of the Piccadilly Hotel, London,

Muhammad Ali in When Ali Came to Britain (2012)

Muhammad Ali in When Ali Came to Britain

MUHAMMAD ALI BEN MARCUS: THE IRISH SLAVE TRADE - THE FORGOTTEN HISTORY OF BRITAIN'S WHITE SLAVES IN AMERICA

Sen t by Kate Bates The Irish Slave Trade – The Forgotten History of Britain's White Slaves in America The Slaves That Time Forgot.

Muhammad Ali presented a Sunshine coach on the behalf of the Variety club of Great Britain

Watch Muhammad Ali's legendary interview with Michael Parkinson

Muhammad Ali presented a Sunshine coach on the behalf of the Variety club of Great Britain

Great Britain, London, 1966. MUHAMMAD ALI. Pre-fight training.

Great Britain, London, 1966. MUHAMMAD ALI. Pre-fight training.

Boxer Muhammad Ali pictured reading the Sunday Express newspaper, London, Great Britain, 23 May 1966.

Muhammad Ali has been pictured for the first time since leaving hospital

Boxer Cassius Clay pictured reading the Sunday Express newspaper London Great Britain 23 May 1966 The headline on the newspaper reads 'Cooper.

Junio 20 en la historia: Muhammad Ali convicted in Vietnam War-era draft case; Lizzie Borden found innocent of a grisly double murder; Britain's Queen Victoria begins rule; Race-related rioting hits Detroit; 'Jaws' premieres. - http://bambinoides.com/junio-20-en-la-historia-muhammad-ali-convicted-in-vietnam-war-era-draft-case-lizzie-borden-found-innocent-of-a-grisly-double-murder-britains-queen-victoria-begins-rule-race-related-rioting-hits/

Junio 20 en la historia: Muhammad Ali convicted in Vietnam War-era draft case; Lizzie Borden found innocent of a grisly double murder; Britain’s Queen Victoria begins rule;

Princess Diana

Princess Diana

1966. Muhammad Ali, in London for his big fight against Britain's Henry Cooper, is seen running in the streets around the White City Gymnasium, London.

Muhammad Ali, in London for his big fight against Britain's Henry Cooper, is seen running in the streets around the White City Gymnasium, London.

The prevailing historical view of Muhammad Ali is as the 'Father of Modern Egypt', being the first ruler since the Ottoman conquest in 1517 to permanently divest the Porte of its power in Egypt. While failing to achieve formal independence for Egypt during his lifetime, he was successful in laying the foundation for a modern Egyptian state.

His Highness Muhemed Ali, Pacha of Egypt, 1841 by David Wilkie (Scottish

Great Britain's challenger Henry Cooper (l) shakes hands with defending World Champion Muhammad Ali (r) at the weigh-in before the fight. A bad cut to Henry Cooper's eye would hand Muhammad Ali a sixth-round win at Arsenal's Highbury Stadium.

Watch Muhammad Ali& Perfect Response To & All White People Are Racist& -- In 1971

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