The “Bodyline” Ashes series between England and Australia in 1932-1933 was one of the most controversial ever held between these two traditional cricket rivals. Cigarette cards, one issued free with each pack bought, were in the 1930s a traditional means of collecting information about your heros. Often special albums were produced to house them.
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