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.
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Stepping off the Empire Windrush in 1948 Having made a huge contribution to the British economy and way of life, from enforced slavery, to conscripted and voluntary involvement on both great wars, the black Brits once again came to aid post war England in rebuilding.
Muhammad Ali visits the film set of "The Dirty Dozen" in Great Britain in 1966, meeting with stars Lee Marvin, center and Clint Walker. Description from militarytimes.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images