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  • World War II begins

    World War  II begins
    World War II
    World War II have started in 1939. World War II involved most world nations. A lot of culture involved but the worst nations were Nati of Germany, World War II slowly stopped in 1942 but it kept going.
  • T-Shirt introduced

    T-Shirt introduced
    T-shirt became popular in United States. T-shirts were used to wear under the uniforms. And for sailors, they wear T-shirts during the parties. It named T-Shirt because it shaped like T.
  • Muhammad Ali was born

    Muhammad Ali was born
    Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay, was born in 17th Janrary,1942 in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Muhammad's life

  • Korean War start

    Korean War start
    Korean War
    Before the war, total population of Korea was 45,000,000. During the war, 840,000 of soilders have deen dead (both south and North). And Other Korean people 2,490,000 people was killed. Total people killed, hurt, or missing is about 3,330,000.
    The United Nations helped South Korea, but China helped North Korea during the war. After this war, the government devided Korea to two countries. Nobody can cross this line.
  • Color TV Shows up

    Color TV Shows up
    On June 25, 1951, CBS broadcast the very first commercial color TV program. Unfortunately, nearly no one could watch it on their black-and-white televisions.
    his first color program was a variety show simply called, Premiere." The show featured such celebrities as Ed Sullivan, Garry Moore, Faye Emerson, Arthur Godfrey, Sam Levenson, Robert Alda, and Isabel Bigley -- many of whom hosted their own shows in the 1950s.
  • Muhammad Ali started boxing

    Muhammad Ali started boxing
    Age of 12, Muhammad Ali's bicycle was stolen so he went to police officer but he saw the officer, Joe Martin, boxing in his own gym. So he started learning about boxing.
  • Start of Vietnam War

    Start of Vietnam War
    Vietnam WarThe Vietnam War was the struggle over Vietnam from 1959 to 1975 between the communist Vietnamese forces in North Vietnam who wanted an end to all foreign occupation of their country and the United States (allied with South Vietnam) who wanted to prohibit any expansion of communism. The prolonged war left many Americans bitter about U.S. involvement in a war they could not win.
  • Wins gold medal, Rome Olympics, light-heavyweight boxing

    Wins gold medal, Rome Olympics, light-heavyweight boxing
    After his graduation, he won gold medal from Rome Olympics. And he decided to be professional.
  • Take World Heavyweight Championship from Sonny Liston

    Take World Heavyweight Championship from Sonny Liston
    Muhammad Ali become champion He was the champion when he was 22.Sonny Liston agreed to fight Clay in Miami. And he was using the chant, "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee."
    By the 6th round, Liston was exhausted. He had also hurt his shoulder and was worried about a cut under his eye. When the bell for round seven rang, Liston shocked everyone when he refused to continue the fight. Muhammad Ali was declared the winner and became th
  • Marriage to Sonji Roi

    Marriage to Sonji Roi
    He have married four times in his life.
    His first wife was Sonji Roi. But they divorced in January 10, 1966.
  • Refuses to go to Vietnam

    Refuses to go to Vietnam
    American asked him to fight in Vietnami War but he have refused it. Because American believed that he is betrayer. That time they had so much bad things of Black and White
  • 5 years of prison

    5 years of prison
    Muhammad Ali, Attica prison riot poem! He was in the prison because he didn't went to war even though he was American. So he was out of a title and out of job.
  • Marriage with Belinda Boyd

    Marriage with Belinda Boyd
    On August 17, 1967, Ali (aged 25) married 17-year old Belinda Boyd. After the wedding, she converted to Islam and changed her name to Khalilah Ali, though she was still called Belinda by old friends and family. They had four children: Maryum (b. 1968), Jamillah and Liban (b. 1970), and Muhammad Ali Jr. (b. 1972).[52]
    They divorced in summer of 1977
  • Come back to the ring.

    Come back to the ring.
    He come back to the ring in 1970 to get the champion again.
  • Muhammad Ali beat up Joe Frazier and get the champion again.

    Muhammad Ali beat up Joe Frazier and get the champion again.
    defeating ChampionAfter he lost his title, he tried to get the champion title again.
    He was lost in 1971 but he tried again in 1974.
  • Become World Heavy Championship

    Become World Heavy Championship
    George Foreman vs Muhammad AliMuhammad Ali befeats George Foreman and become the World Heavy Championship.
  • Marriage with Veronica

    Marriage with Veronica
    By the summer of 1977, Ali's second marriage was over and he had married Veronica.[53] At the time of their marriage, they had a baby girl, Hana, and Veronica was pregnant with their second child. Their second daughter, Laila, was born in December 1977. By 1986, Ali and Veronica were divorced.
  • Marriage with Yolanda

    Marriage with Yolanda
    Ali lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with his fourth wife, Yolanda "Lonnie" Ali. They own a house in Berrien Springs, Michigan, which is for sale. On January 9, 2007, they purchased a house in eastern Jefferson County, Kentucky for $1,875,000. Lonnie converted to Islam from Catholicism in her late 20s.[46]
  • Chosen to light Olympic Torch in Atlanta

    Chosen to light Olympic Torch in Atlanta
    lighting Olympic Torch
    On July 19, 1996, Janet Evans, a five-time Olympic medalist in swimming, passed the torch to Ali, who has Parkinson's disease. With shaking hands, Ali lit a holder on a pulley system, which lit the Olympic cauldron. The flame would burn for 17 days throughout the Games until the closing ceremony Aug. 4.
  • Built Muhammad Ali center, Louisville, Kentucky

    Built Muhammad Ali center, Louisville, Kentucky
    Whether it is a professional conference, a lavish catered reception, or a small meeting, the Muhammad Ali Center has the private-use options to meet your needs. Located between historic Main Street and the Ohio River in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, the architecturally captivating Ali Center offers beautiful river views, modern design, built-in audio visual capabilities, and urban appeal.