Sunday, 28 February 2016

Father of Nations

1. Afghanistan —Ahmad Shah Durrani 
2. Argentina—Don Jose de San Martin 
3. Australia— Sir Henry Parkes 
4. Bahamas—Sir Lynden Pindling 
5. Bangladesh— Sheikh Mujibur Rahman 
6. Bhutan—Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal
7. Bolivia —Simon Bolivar 
8. Brazil —Dom Pedro I and Jose Bonifacio de Andrada e Silva 
9. Burma— Aung San 
10. Cambodia— Norodom Sihanouk 
11. Chile— Bernardo O'Higgins 
12. Republic of China— Sun Yat-sen 
13. Colombia —Simon Bolivar 
14. Sweden— Gustav I of Sweden 
15. Croatia— Ante Starcevic
16. Cuba —Carlos Manuel de Cespedes 
17. Dominican Republic— Juan Pablo Duarte 
18. Ecuador— Simon Bolivar 
19. Ghana— Kwame Nkrumah 
20. Guyana— Cheddi Jagan 
21. Haiti —Jean-Jacques Dessalines 
22. India— Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 
23. Indonesia —Sukarno 
24. Iran —Cyrus the Great 
25. Israel —Theodor Herzl 
26. Italy —Victor Emmanuel II 
27. Kenya —Jomo Kenyatta 
28. Republic of Korea— Kim Gu 
29. Kosovo —Ibrahim Rugova 
30. Lithuania— Jonas Basanavičius 
31. Macedonia— Krste Misirkov 
32. Malaysia—Tunku Abdul Rahman 
33. Mauritius —Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam 
34. Mexico —Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla 
35. Mongolia Genghis Khan 
36. Namibia— Sam Nujoma 
37. Netherlands— William the Silent 
38. Norway— Einar Gerhardsen 
39. Pakistan— Mohammad Ali Jinnah 
40. Panama— Simon Bolivar 
41. Peru —Don Jose de San Martín 
42. Portugal —Dom Afonso Henriques 
43. Russia —Peter I of Russia 
44. Saudi Arabia— Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
45. Scotland —Donald Dewar 

46. Serbia —Dobrica Cosic
47. Singapore— Lee Kuan Yew 
48. Slovenia— Primoz Trubar 
49. South Africa— Nelson Mandela 
50. Spain —Fernando el Catolico 
51. Sri Lanka— Don Stephen Senanayake 
52. Suriname— Johan Ferrier 
53. Tanzania —Julius Nyerere 
54. Turkey— Mustafa Kemal Atatürk 
55. United Arab Emirates— Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan 
56. United States— George Washington 
57. Uruguay— Jose Gervasio Artigas 
58. Venezuela— Simon Bolivar 
59. Vietnam —Ho Chi Minh

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