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Father of Nation
Father of the Nation is an honorific title given to a man considered the driving force behind the establishment of his countrystate or nation. The term founding fathers may be used if more than one person is considered key.
1. Afghanistan —Ahmad Shah Durrani
2. Argentina—Don José de San Martín
3. Australia— Sir Henry Parkes
4. Bahamas —Sir Lynden Pindling
5. Bangladesh— Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
6. Bolivia —Simón Bolívar
7. Brazil —Dom Pedro I andJosé Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva
8. Burma— Aung San
9. Cambodia— Norodom Sihanouk
10. Chile— Bernardo O'Higgins
11. Republic of China— Sun Yat-sen
12. Colombia —Simón Bolívar
13. Sweden— Gustav I of Sweden
14. Croatia— Ante Starčević
15. Cuba —Carlos Manuel de Céspedes
16. Dominican Republic— Juan Pablo Duarte
17. Ecuador— Simón Bolívar
18. Ghana— Kwame Nkrumah
19. Guyana— Cheddi Jagan
20. Haiti —Jean-Jacques Dessalines
21. India— Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
22. Indonesia —Sukarno
23. Iran —Cyrus the Great
24. Israel —Theodor Herzl
25. Italy —Victor Emmanuel II
26. Kenya —Jomo Kenyatta
27. Republic of Korea— Kim Gu
28. Kosovo —Ibrahim Rugova
29. Lithuania— Jonas Basanavičius
30. Macedonia— Krste Misirkov
31. Malaysia—Tunku Abdul Rahman
32. Mauritius —Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam
33. Mexico —Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla
34. Mongolia Genghis Khan
35. Namibia— Sam Nujoma
36. Netherlands— William the Silent
37. Norway— Einar Gerhardsen
38. Pakistan— Mohammad Ali Jinnah
39. Panama— Simón Bolívar
40. Peru —Don José de San Martín
41. Portugal —Dom Afonso Henriques
42. Russia —Peter I of Russia
43. Saudi Arabia— Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
44. Scotland —Donald Dewar
45. Serbia —Dobrica Ćosić
46. Singapore— Lee Kuan Yew
47. Slovenia— Primož Trubar
48. South Africa— Nelson Mandela
49. Spain —Fernando el Católico
50. Sri Lanka— Don Stephen Senanayake
51. Suriname— Johan Ferrier
52. Tanzania —Julius Nyerere
53. Turkey— Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
54. United Arab Emirates— Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
55. United States— George Washington
56. Uruguay— José Gervasio Artigas
57. Venezuela— Simón Bolívar
58. Vietnam —Ho Chi Minh