Bunnypuncher's daily giveaway 6/11/2018 - 15 SBD total in prizes

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It's your upvotes that make this contest happen.

Daily giveaway 6/11/2018.

First Place: @jenoe
Second Place: @peduk
Third Place: @zappll
Fourth Place: @seyiodus
Fifth Place: @eveokonma
Sixth Place: @deyvich
Seventh Place: @nollook
Eighth Place: @marblely

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Thank you everyone that has been upvoting and participating in my other contests. This one had such good feed back I'm going to increase the prizes to 15 SBD for today's contest. There will now be:

First Place: 5 SBD

Second Place: 3 SBD

Third Place: 2 SBD

Fourth Place: 1 SBD

Fifth Place: 1 SBD

Sixth Place: 1 SBD

Seventh Place: 1 SBD

Eighth Place: 1 SBD

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Tell us about heroes who are most meritorious to your country's independence. I know alot of about the US heros who fought for America, but virtually nothing about other countries struggles for independence. Let's see if we can spread the knowledge some and acknowledge those contributions.

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I'm American, so I don't have a non-American independence hero to contribute. My namesake, however, was leader of a fictional country.

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Thanks for the gift @bunnypuncher .. and the hero I love until now is a spider, he is my hero


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Congratulations! And I also love Spidey

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Great! @bunnypuncher . All rewards is only for winners?!! They got the prize and your upvotes on their comment too. and nothing for losers !

I must read the book first.😋

Soekarno is the hero of Indonesia's independence proclamation.

Here there is no hero, everyone is a fighter.

Your great contest needs renewal to become one of the greatest contests.

Hey @bunnypuncher,,If you still have money, give some SBD for me because I want to buy new clothes, because I do not have money to buy it ..
Thank you.

I do not know my country's independence hero unless I only know her picture in paper money.

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At school I am often invited by teachers to appreciate the services of heroes and contemplate their struggle, so I never appreciate my teacher.

I live in South Africa. Nelson Mandela is the most significant person in our history. He was jailed for 27 years for his struggle against an oppressive regime that denied the majority of South Africans fundamental rights like voting. Upon his release, he was elected to be the first democratically elected president of South Africa in the first election he was allowed to vote in himself. Having gained ultimate power he exercised this power to reconcile the people of South Africa instead of seeking revenge.

I wrote a recent piece about him, as this year we will be celebrating his 100th birthday. (He passed away 5 years ago)

https://steemit.com/teamsouthafrica/@reonlouw/mandela-day

Check it out. It is old, so do not upvote it.

Very interesting topic.

Every country that has experienced colonies must have a hero.

Door Duistermis tox Licht, Drop Out Dark Light, that's the title of the book of the famous collection of letters Raden Ajeng Kartini. The letters written to his friends in the Netherlands then became evidence of how much the desire of a Kartini to release his people from discrimination that has been entrenched in his day.

In Indonesia, every service hero will be rewarded in the form of currency, if his struggle in expelling the invaders is very large, then the value of the currency attached his photo is on the small value of money, while the hero who small his service in fighting for independence will be rewarded so big by displaying his photo on the money of great value ... this is Indonesian friend, I do not know with in America.

When I was little I was eager to be a hero,

It's hard to say who, because very much.

I want to win in your contest

If the hero is very meritorious in fighting for independence, the successor of the nation even very meritorious in ruining the nation ..

Aceh has never been independent, many heroes have been bribed with money to return within the Indonesian state.

photos heroes are also included dong and references about hero characters Indonesia please more on perbanyak lagi..salam perdana ya ... please klo want

Tanpa semangat, secanggih apapun senjata yang kamu pergunakan tidak ada apa-apanya tapi dengan semangat yang membara sebatang bambu runcing bisa membuat kita meraih kemerdekaan.

Hopefully many lessons can we learn from their struggle

The hero who fought for his freedom of life suffered greatly, the next generation of nations who have enjoyed independence because of the struggle of their ancestors instead live happily.

I have not slept from last night

I also have a hero in my family they are my father and my mother a hero who like this true hero

Usually we will remember the hero on the day of the hero.

The name of the hero is greatly magnified in our country, if it is a hero against an enemy with an arrow or weapon, unlike our hero who uses pointed bamboo against enemies

Our hero who always remembered is CUT NYAK DIEN a woman who is very brave able to fight the Dutch colonists in the Netherlands colonize our country Indonesia

Heroes in our country Indonesia in particular, are very much, they are very brave against the Japanese army when our country colonized for 3.5 more years

The real hero for me is a mother and father who can give me more motivation in comparison with other meritorious heroes

Bung tomo the term is known dashing and brave against the NKRI rebels in our country

Once when our country was not yet independent we were colonized by japan and dutch to portuguese, when it appeared the heroes who fought them for the honor of our country, among the heroes there are women he is CUT NYAK DIEN and CUT MEUTIA

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Maybe his name is not so much like another hero, but he is very meritorious to my life he is known as the "unsung hero" my mom and dad who have guided me to the right place

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Simon Bolivar libero a Venezuela y otras naciones mas se le conoce como el libertador

good luck all!

Thanks for the prize @bunnypuncher.

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

"The great icon, South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader, and philanthropist, who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999."


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I stay in South Africa and we do call him Tata Madiba He fought with sacarsim during the anti-apartheid. He was a father to all South Africans before he died 5 December, 2013. It was a day of grief for all and beyond South Africa.

He fought with passion to free his people and never gave up. One of his quotes says:

It always seems impossible until it's done.

And he did it, got independence for South Africa in the year 1994 when the first elction happened.
He was a great man indeed.

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Mandela an example as a human being

Well in the Netherlands we have a lot of heroes. In the golden century with the VOC etc. we have people like Michiel de Ruyter and Piet Heyn and Johan de Witt. But later and history made in a war everyone knows about: WWII. We have a few people worth mentioning.

Major Willem Pieter Landzaat. This was the last man standing in may 1940. He got posthumous the Willemsorde: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_Order_of_Williamps://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Militaire_Willems-Orde

Another hero from that time is probably known from the movie Soldaat van Oranje. They created this movie because of the heroic things Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema did during WWII for the resistance.

Major aziz bhati , he died fighting for pakistan, indian army tank entered in pakistan, we have nothing to stop them then army soldiers lay down under tank with having bombs on the body , and save pakistan

I'm not going to tell you about a hero of independence, but rather about a great heroine.

MARÍA LUISA CÁCERES DÍAZ DE ARISMENDI, was born in Caracas, September 25, 1799 and died in Caracas, June 2, 1866, was one of the most important female characters in Venezuelan history and is the most important heroine of the independence of Venezuela .
On September 24, 1815, Luisa Cáceres de Arismendi, who was pregnant, is taken as a hostage to put pressure on her husband and is locked up in the house of the Amnes family, to be later transferred to a dungeon in Santa Rosa Castle in the Assumption .
On January 26, 1816, Luisa Cáceres de Arismendi gives birth, but the girl dies due to the conditions of childbirth and the dungeon in which she was. Then he is ordered to move to the fortress of Pampatar where he stays for a few days, then he is transferred to the prison of La Guaíra, and on March 22, 1816, to the Convent of the Immaculate Conception in Caracas.
Unable to return to Venezuela, Luisa Cáceres de Arismendi arrives on January 17, 1817 in Cádiz, is presented to the Captain General of Andalusia, who protests the treatment he received and gives the category of confined, assigning a pension of 10 reais in fleece daily.
Luisa refused to sign a document where she was asked to express her loyalty to the King of Spain and to deny the patriotic affiliation of her husband, to which she replied "I am unable to dishonor my husband with the signature that is requested of me. Your duty is to serve your country and set it free. Sir, I can not advise a crime on Arismendi. I am his wife and I know my duty. "
In March of 1818 the lieutenant Francisco Carabaño and the English Mr. Tottem help her to escape, and the 3 of May of 1818 arrives at the United States where it knows the family of the patriotic admiral Lino Clemente. Colonel Luis Rieux, sent by Arismendi, visits Luisa and moves her to Margarita, arriving on July 26, 1818.
On September 19, 1819, the Council of the Indies issued a resolution granting him absolute freedom and power to establish his residence wherever he wished.

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I'm sure you know the greatest hero of my nation venezuela. Simon Bolivar, The Liberator. In each city of Venezuela there is a square in honor of him. and it is seriously in every city there is a Bolivar Square. why ? Well, because Simon Bolivar was the one who released 7 countries: Venezuela, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Panama.

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The liberator of our venezuela

Can't think of a hero of a independence fight as german.

Death is no longer a feared thing, they just can not imagine how mentally their grandchildren if life and everything that their rights are grabbed by greedy hands. The invaders utilized the abundant produce, and adopted the power of the people to build bridges and access to spices, coffee, or corn more easily collected. Thereafter, it is sold and entered for the state treasury.

Jika rasa takut dan malu dalam kebaikan tidak hilangkan maka yakinlah bawa kemajuan hanyalah angan yang tidak akan menjadi kenyataan...

Antonio Jose de Sucre

known as El Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho, was a Venezuelan politician and military leader of American independence, as well as a diplomat and statesman, president of Bolivia, Governor of Peru, General in Chief of the Army of the Gran Colombia, Commander of the Army of the Sur and Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho. He was the son of a well-off family of military tradition, his father being a colonel of the Patriot Army. He is considered one of the most complete military among the heroes of South American independence

Spark the fighting spirit in every inch of our step of independence or death!

Look at the future of the nation by looking at future generations.

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If this is the case, America may be doomed.😁

Percayalah akan potensi yang kalian miliki dan tanamkanlah rasa saling peduli untuk negeri yang kita cinta...

I think this contest has become rigged against me.😁
Awesome topic by the way. I just learned a lot from the comments.

The struggle against the invaders is very difficult but the struggle against your own people is more difficult.

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Ketika anda berkaca terhadap sejarah perjuangan para pahlawan maka ciptakanlah sejarah baru agar bisa di kenang oleh generasi yang akan datang sebagai cerminan keindahan

Good post idea I’m interested in reading about others.

In spite of Simon Bolivar is one the most famous in my country, I don't consider him a hero. Just someone who played the right role in the right moment

A hero fighting for Poland's independence.

Józef Klemens Piłsudski (5.12. 1867-12.4.1935)

On 20 February 1919, the title of the Head of State granted him the Seym of the Republic of Poland, in March 1920 he was appointed the Marshall of Poland and played a significant role during the Polish-Bolshevik war (1920). After the reign of Prime Minister Wincenty Witos, he formally withdrew from political life and settled in Sulejówek near Warsaw, developing lively journalistic and writing activities. In May 1926 he carried out a military coup, practically until his death he held authoritarian power; in 1930 he dissolved the Sejm, against opposition MPs using repression. He died on April 12, 1935 in Warsaw after a long-term illness; he was buried in Wawel, his heart buried in the grave of his mother at the cemetery in Vilnius.

Thanks to Piłsudski, despite the indescribable difficulties that piled up before this young state, Poland not only resurrected, but made a huge leap forward in all areas, its achievements are not good, and the role that played in the struggle for independent Poland was enormous.

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Interesting, thank you! I like how it was polish, I don’t usually see much about Poland.

We have in Egypt a hero of a special kind who is fighting with his efforts and his love for his country in raising the name of Egypt high among the countries and has already succeeded in this and became the whole world love him and know him in the name of the Egyptian pharaoh he loves us Mohammed Salah football player son of Egypt

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Incredible that you have named this great player.
I admire him a lot. My son always talks about him.
A hug from Venezuela

Hi contestants, good luck

This the greatest hero of my country "Simón Bolívar" was the liberator of Venezuela and of Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia. He was a great thinker, statesman, military and marked the history of Americais:

Australia did not fight for independence. Interestingly as I think about it, it's not like the US where certain people of the past are constantly taught to children and remembered. It's more low key than that. Less about "heroes" so to speak.

Ezequiel Zamora was a Venezuelan politician and military man, one of the main protagonists of the Federal War who defeated the conservative army in the battle of Santa Inés.

José Félix Ribas, this was a hero who fought for the independence of Venezuela standing out in the battle of victory together young university students defeating José Tomás Rodríguez Boves, I also fight in other battles, the saddest thing about this hero was how he died because They decapitated and their head was fried and exposed in an iron cage, in the place known as the Puerta de Caracas.

In my country, freedom is associated to one song, so I guess the hero is the singer, "Zeca Afonso".

I don´t know if we have a fiction hero, but I don´t think so...
Here is the song, in case you want to hear it. (very emotional, especially for portuguese people)

If we have to talk about my country's hero then I suppose it should be Nelson Mandela , and his fight against the apartheid regime, and his ability to avoid civil wars.

First African president of South Africa.

Marcos Pérez Jiménez, for many a dictator, for others a bad president but the truth is that Venezuela lived its best time with the commander, when he made the bolivar, the local currency, worth more than the dollar.

In this case I will not talk about my current country, but of a country that was part of it, the Great Colombia. Why? Because in those years there was a man who fought against centralism and, if he were triumphant, Spanish American history would was very different. It's about Francisco de Paula Santander.

Our eternal revolutionary commander Hugo Chavez

José Antonio Páez. Junto con su ejercito, y la causa republicana, fue el principal culpable de la independencia de Venezuela.-

I'm from Venezuela and of course for many people Simon Bolivar is the most important hero in Latin America, and it's true, but now I want to talk about Simón Rodriguez, his teacher, yes, sounds weird but Simón Bolivar becomes in a man with amazing ideas of freedom because of his teacher, he had those though really big and he gave everything to guide one of the most important man in world. For that reason Simon Rodriguez is a hero to my country.

felicidades a los ganadores del dia de hoy.

Never be divided by issues that are not necessarily accurate. Harmony by holding up tolerance will be much better than the desire to win alone.

Jangan pernah terpecah belah oleh isu yang belum tentu akurat keberadaannya. Kerukunan dengan memegang teguh toleransi akan jauh lebih baik ketimbang hasrat ingin menang sendiri

mutiara pahlawan islam memaparkan orang-orang berjiwa kuat yang bergelut dengan musuh.

the pearl of the Islamic hero exposes the strong souls who wrestle with the enemy.

My first President, Soekarno. He led the revolution for independence against the dutch.

Simón Rodríguez

Simón Rodríguez was born in Caracas on October 28, 1769Pedagogue and Venezuelan writer, born in Caracas in 1771 and died in Amotape, Peru, in 1854. Master of Simón Bolívar, his concerns and reforming ideas had a powerful influence on the formation of El Libertador, according to he recognized himself.

Simón Rodríguez was really called Simón Carreño Rodríguez, but he dispensed with the first surname as a result of a disagreement with his brother Cayetano, a musician by profession. For his conspiratorial activities, he had to emigrate in 1794 and changed his name (Samuel Róbinson). The theatricality of his existence contrasts with his strict sense of honesty and the renewing transcendence of his pedagogical and social ideas.

He had the education of Simon Bolivar to his care until he was fourteen, and in 1804, when the teacher was in Vienna, he was introduced to the disciple, who accompanied him to Europe. It is said that from the Monte Sacro, in Rome, Simon Rodriguez made his disciple swear that he would dedicate his life to fight for the independence of his homeland. Be it true or not, it is part of the ritual theatricality that so influenced the soul of Bolívar.

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The great Simón Rodriguez. The best teacher

Manuel Piar
Birth April 28, 1774 in (Willemstad, Curacao; Dies in Angostura del Orinoco, October 16, 1817)
He was a Venezuelan military man of curazole origin, a hero of the Independence of Venezuela. And also within the channels of the Venezuelan Republican history is recognized as the Liberator of Guayana and Generalísimo Unbeaten, for having fought 24 battles and never having been defeated
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Shahid Titumir is a history and a name that gives inspiration to the people today. Shahid Titumir, the most popular name for Muslims in the Indian subcontinent.
The freedom fighter Titumir, was subjected to fear of the tyrannical British ruling group in Indian subcontinent.

Well its life to be hero or remain an ordinary

As we celebrate the 120th day of Philippine Independence day, a Filipino like me will never forget the remarkable deeds of our National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal. Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado Y Alonzo Realonda is his full name. He leads the Filipinos to start the rebolutions against the Spanish Government. He is well known for beaing a propagandist and through his writings Noli Me tangere and El Filibusteriamo he revealed the inhumane manipulations of the spanish government to the Philippines. He is a hero who is not afraid to die and give his life for the country.

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Mabuhay po tayong mga PIlipino! Happy independence day Pilipinas!

it's Datu Lapu-lapu, our national hero who refused to be baptized by Magellan for Christianity which was introduced by Spaniards in most unchristian ways in the colonization of Philippines for 333 years.

Let’s make a comment.

Well I'm from the US too so I got nothing lol

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Cut Nyak Dhien is one of Indonesia's national heroes born on Tuesday, 0-1-1848 in Lampadang, Aceh. Cut Nyak Dien from a noble family who are religious are direct descendants of Sultan Aceh, Teuku Nanta Seutia, a uleebalang VI Mukim.

At the age of 12 years, ie in 1862 he was married by her parents with Teuku Ibrahim Lamnga Checks, son of uleebalang Lamnga XIII and they have one son.

On March 26, 1873, the Dutch declared war on Aceh and began firing cannon fire into the mainland of Aceh. On April 8, 1873, the Dutch controlled the Great Mosque of Baiturrahman and burned it and the Mukim VI was successfully occupied by the Dutch, which eventually led to her husband, Teuku Ibrahim fighting to seize the Mukim VI.

But unfortunately Teuku Ibrahim died in the war in Gle Tarum, June 29, 1878, this makes Cut Nyak Dhien angry and vowed to destroy the Dutch and continue the struggle of her husband to lead the war. After Cut Nyak Dhien widowed, Teuku Umar, one of the Aceh warriors, asked her to be his wife and fellow struggle because he was so impressed with the spirit of Cut Nyak Dhien, they married in 1880 and had a child named Cut Gambang.

Together with Teuku Umar, Cut Nyak Dhien reestablishes the strength and morale of the spirit of Aceh's struggle against the Dutch in a number of places, they are both married couples dangerous to Dutch rule in Aceh.

But fate said another, on February 11, 1899 Teuku Umar was found dead in the war and made the troops Cut Nyak Dhien increasingly weakened by getting continuous pressure from the Netherlands. Plus the physical and health conditions of Cut Nyak Dhien continued to decline until finally the Dutch managed to catch him in Beutong Le Sageu. To avoid the influence of Cut Nyak Dhien on Aceh, the Dutch exiled him to Sumedang.

MKO Abiola fought for a democratic government in Nigeria. Abiola ran for the presidency in 1993, for which the election results were annulled by the preceding military president Ibrahim Babangida because of allegations that they were corrupt and unfair. He was then assassinated. He was awarded the GCFR posthumously on 6th June, 2018 by President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigeria's democracy day was changed to June 12(the date on which he presumably won).

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Cut Nyak Meutia is a national hero from Aceh who was born in Keureutoe, Pirak, Aceh Utara 1870. He is famous as a woman who has a high morale and a strong determination to expel the invaders.

Cut Nyak Meutia against the Netherlands with her husband, Teuku Muhammad or better known as Teuku Tjik Tunong. They are husband and wife as well as a solid struggle to fight against the Dutch. Until finally in March 1905, Teuku Tjik Tunong was arrested by the Dutch and sentenced to death on the shore of Lhokseumawe. Before he died, he sent a message to his friend Pang Nagroe to marry his wife and take care of his son.

Appropriate message of her late husband, Cut Nyak Meutia was married to Pang Nagroe and joined forces led Teuku Young Gantoe to fight the Dutch. Unfortunately, on September 26, 1910 Pang Nagroe died in a battle against the Marechausee Corps at Paya Cicem. Cut Nyak Meutia survived with other women and escaped into the forest.

The hero whom I am proud of is Mohamed Salah who has been able to achieve success in football. He is a great person in football and in his beautiful ethics
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Sultan Iskandar Muda (Aceh, Banda Aceh, 1593 or 1590 - Banda Aceh, Aceh, 27 September 1636) was the greatest sultan in the time of the Sultanate of Aceh, ruling from 1607 to 1636. Aceh reached its former glory during the reign of Iskandar Muda, his growing domain and international reputation as the center of trade and learning about Islam. His name is now immortalized at Sultan Iskandar Muda International Airport in Aceh.

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Commander Polem full name Teuku Panglima Polem Sri Muda Perkasa Muhammad Daud is a commander of Aceh. Until now there has been no clear explanation of the date and year of the birth of the Commander of Polem, which he clearly came from the descendants of the Acehnese nobility. His father was named Panglima Polem VIII Raja Kuala son of Teuku Panglima Polem Sri Imam Muda Mahmud Arifin who is also famous for Cut Banta (Commander of Polem VII (1845-1879) Mahmud Arifin is Commander of Sagoe XXII Mukim Aceh Besar.

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Teuku Muhammad Hasan was the Governor of the First Sumatra Region after Indonesian independence, the Minister of Education and Culture of Indonesia from 1948 to 1949 in the Emergency Cabinet. In addition he is a freedom fighter and national hero of Indonesia.

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Teuku Nyak Arif is the National Hero of Indonesia. He was also the first Aceh Resident / governor of the period 1945-1946. During the struggle for Indonesian independence, when the Volksraad (parliament) was formed, Teuku Nyak Arif was elected as the first representative from Aceh.

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Teuku Umar (Meulaboh, 1854 - Meulaboh, February 11, 1899) was the Indonesian independence hero who struggled by pretending to cooperate with the Dutch. He fought the Dutch when he had collected enough arms and money.

Hristo Botyov Petkov, was a Bulgarian poet and national revolutionary. Botev is widely considered by Bulgarians to be a symbolic historical figure and national hero. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hristo_Botev

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Hristo Botev
Hristo Botev (Bulgarian: Христо Ботев, also transliterated as Hristo Botyov) (6 January 1848 [O.S. 25 December 1847] – 2 June [O.S. 20 May] 1876), born Hristo Botyov Petkov (Bulgarian: Христо Ботьов Петков), was a Bulgarian poet and national revolutionary. Botev is widely considered by Bulgarians to be a symbolic historical figure and national hero.

Khan Tervel stops first Arab invasion to Europe 716 – 717

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Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

He is the national leader of my country. who lead our freedom fighters. he was a powerful speaker. Unesco has recognized the historic 7th March Speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as part of the world's documentary heritage. READ MORE

One day I might be a winner in this contest :)

Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar Palacios Ponte y Blanco, mejor conocido como Simón Bolívar, fue un militar y político venezolano, fundador de las repúblicas de la Gran Colombia y Bolivia. Fue una de las figuras más destacadas de la emancipación hispanoamericana frente al Imperio español. Contribuyó a inspirar y concretar de manera decisiva la independencia de las actuales Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Panamá, ​ Venezuela y la reorganización del Perú.

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A beautiful topic up here. It's cool reading through the comments.
I'm from Nigeria, and we've got a couple of heroes who fought for the nation's independence which include the likes of 'Obafemi Awolowo', 'Tafawa Balewa', Nnamdi Azikwe' among others. They are all great people remembered every now and then in the country .

Nearly a century and a half Mahatma's Gandhi birthday remains a vital national event in India. Also known as fondly as“Bapu”or“Rastrapita”or Father of the Nation. Gandhi was an excellent leader, a saint and an excellent social reformer. He believed in easy Living and High Thinking.

Gandhi became a keen leader and fought for the nation against Britishers.. To precise his protests against the tax on salt, he undertook the Salt March covering a complete distance of 388 kilometers. He even based the philosophy of“Non-violence (Ahimsa) and Truth (Satyagraha)”. Gandhi had a heart of bravery and spirit of the unafraid. He had been captive on many accounts throughout the liberty struggle and went for hunger strike so that innocent freedom fighters gets released

The Quit nation Movement was launched below the leadership of nationalist leader in August 1942. the most aim for launching this movement was to bring British people to barter with the Indian leaders. it absolutely was a necessitate immediate independence of India and therefore the locution of"Do or Die" was adopted for identical.

His biography 'My Experiments with Truth' is quite famous .Gandhi invariably stood for communal harmony, however he himself was shot dead by a spiritual fanatic Nathuram Godse on thirtieth Jan, 1948. the entire World mourned his death.

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Hi there @bunnypuncher, funny contest 😃

I'm going to tell you about a country who just can said "no". I live in a small country called Belgium

Which often served as a "buffer" between Germany and France during the huge conflict of the last century. That's because it is just between the two. During the First World War, Germany wanted to travel across our country. To save time, in order to attack France as soon as possible, they proposed to our king not to attack us if we agreed to let them pass simply because only France interested them.

Our king, Albert I said "nuts". He rocks

And all belgian was agree with him ! ( Some years later, WWII, another king said ''yes '' to the same proposal and all belgians was really angry after him)

Hope you find Albert 1 rocks as i do ! Haha

'The labour of our heroes past shall not be in vain'
That's part of the sentence in the Nigerian anthem. We celebrate and remember heroes over here. Great people they are! The likes of 'Sir Ahmadu Bello 'Obafemi Awolowo' and others did pretty well for the nation.

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A great question since it's Independence Day here in the Philippines. And this one is the one I consider a hero: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Luna

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Antonio Luna
General Antonio Luna de San Pedro y Novicio-Ancheta (29 October 1866 – 5 June 1899), was a Filipino army general who fought in the Philippine–American War.
Regarded as one of the fiercest generals of his time, he succeeded Artemio Ricarte as Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. He sought to apply his background in military science to the fledgling army. A sharpshooter himself, he organized professional guerrilla soldiers later to be known as the "Luna Sharpshooters" and the "Black Guard".

I want to win this :)

Mine was Abraham lincoln. Lincoln was the US president during the American Civil War. His leadership was critical in holding the Union of US states together. Towards the end of the civil war, he was very vocal about the end of slavery. His speeches, such as The Gettysburg Address are still seen as some of the finest expositions of American principles.

I am a Nigerian and there are a lot of heros that contributed to Nigerian Independence but very notable to me are 2 personalities:

1.) Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello:

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Considered as one of the most prominent leaders in early Nigeria, he went into politics back in 1934 and in 1954 became the first premier of the Northern Nigeria region. He is commended for his efforts to modernize and unify the different tribes of northern Nigeria. On 15th January 1966, he was assassinated in a coup that toppled Nigeria’s post-independence government.The Ahmadu Bello University is named after him and his photo adorns Nigeria’s 200 naira.

2.) Chief Obafemi Awolowo:

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He was one of the pioneer leaders that fought for Nigeria’s independence and he introduced free education in the western region in 1955

From south africa here, it is the one and only Nelson. Nelson Mandela (1918–2013) Anti-apartheid leader. Mandela spent over twenty years in jail for his opposition to the racist apartheid system which excluded black people from many areas of society

Robert Bruce won the 1st Scottish War of Independence against England and was made King of Scotland, thus creating a new dynasty.

Chief Joseph. American freedom.

Simon Bolivar, was the best. However, there were many people who fought for freedom here in my country. Many of them were not white people, there were black peoples and half bood: mulatos and zambos, like Pedro Camejo, better known as First Black, or 'Negro Primero' was a Venezuelan soldier who at first fought with royalty. army, to then pass to the rebel army during the War of Independence of Venezuela.

Here in the Philippines, one of the great hero is Dr. Jose Rizal because he is declaring freedom through his writings and works. He use it against the Spanish before that wants to own the Philippines but we Filipinos have also pride in our country, that's why we stand in our own feet and fight for freedom and that's why he died for the Philippines.

Thank you @bunnypuncher for making me a winner. I feel appreciated. From india, was Ghandi. He was really instrumental.

America. Rosa Louise Parks is considered the mother of the modern-day civil rights movement in America. She is famous for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a while man in Alabama in 1955, leading to her arrest. Protests in the form of sit-ins and eat-ins began in Montgomery and soon spread across the state, the South and the country. As her official biography states, "Her quiet courageous act changed America, its view of black people and redirected the course of history."

I will tell you about our Hero - Ho Chi Minh. I'm Vietnamese :)

Ho and his initial few followers operated in primitive conditions in mountainous jungles along Vietnam’s border with China. Local Vietnamese slowly joined his cause. With time, Ho’s forces, known as the Viet Minh, effectively wrested control of several of Vietnam’s northern provinces. In March 1945, with the war in Pacific having clearly turned against Japan, Tokyo seized direct control of Vietnam and evicted French troops. The Viet Minh used the resulting confusion to seize even more territory.

The Viet Minh’s success attracted the attention of the U.S. Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner to the CIA. In March 1945, an OSS officer met with Ho in Kunming, China. The two men quickly struck a deal. The OSS would equip the Viet Minh with radios and some light arms. In return, the Viet Minh would give the OSS intelligence, harass Japanese forces, and try to rescue American pilots shot down over Viet Minh-controlled territory.

A small number of OSS operatives parachuted into northern Vietnam in mid-July 1945 to help train the Viet Minh. This so-called Deer Team found Ho deathly ill, “shaking like a leaf and obviously running a high fever.” They treated him for malaria and dysentery, and he recovered quickly. Looking forward to what would happen after Japan’s defeat, he asked his American guests, “your statesmen make eloquent speeches about . . . self-determination. We are self-determined. Why not help us? Am I any different from . . . your George Washington?”

Ho’s question quickly became relevant when Japan surrendered in mid-August. With the Japanese defeated and French forces long gone, the Viet Minh moved into Hanoi unopposed. It marked the first time Ho had set foot in his country’s biggest city. The streets were draped with Viet Minh flags. Talk of independence was in the air. Ho did not disappoint.

On September 2, 1945, in front of a crowd of hundreds of thousands, Ho declared Vietnam an independent nation. He began his speech with words familiar to any American schoolchild:

All men are created equal. They are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among them are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.

This immortal statement was made in the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America in 1776. In a broader sense, this means: All the peoples on the earth are equal from birth, all the peoples have a right to live, to be happy and free.

Ho started by quoting Thomas Jefferson’s famous words for a reason: He desperately wanted U.S. support. Having it would prevent France from trying to reassert control over Vietnam and help keep Vietnam’s powerful neighbor and historical adversary China at bay. Seeking U.S. support seemed a reasonable goal. President Franklin Roosevelt’s opposition to European colonialism was well known. He had insisted that the 1941 Atlantic Charter, issued jointly by the United States and Great Britain, contain a provision stating that both countries respected “the right of all peoples to choose the form of government under which they will live.” FDR wanted the United States firmly on the side of anti-colonialism, and liberation movements across the globe took him at his word.

But FDR wasn’t alive to read Ho’s speech. Harry Truman now sat in the Oval Office. Anti-colonization wasn’t his cause. He viewed Southeast Asia through the lens of Europe. His priority was seeing that a successful French government grew out of the ashes of World War II. And the French were clamoring to reclaim their colonies. Sacrificing the interests of an obscure Asian country that hadn’t even merited a U.S. ambassador before World War II was a small price to pay to help secure stability in Europe. When a letter from Ho seeking U.S. support arrived in Washington in September 1945, passed along by a supportive OSS agent, it went unanswered. So did a telegram that arrived in February 1946 with a similar message. By then, French forces had begun returning to Vietnam. War would quickly follow.

Ho’s appeals for U.S. support would not be Washington’s last opportunity to chart a course different from the one it ultimately chose in Vietnam. As the historian Frederik Logevall has shown in his terrific books Embers of War and Choosing War, Truman and his successors passed by many other "off ramps" on the road to the American war in Vietnam. But in retrospect, Ho’s bid for U.S. support in 1945 might have been the best chance to avoid the fighting that would leave more than 58,000 Americans dead, see more than 150,000 wounded, and deeply divide the country.

Would Vietnam have become a loyal American ally and budding democracy had Washington thrown its support behind Ho in late summer 1945? Perhaps. But perhaps not. Yes, Ho was a committed Vietnamese nationalist. He was also a committed communist. He wasn’t shy about ordering the deaths of his political opponents. When the Viet Minh finally defeated the French and won control of North Vietnam in 1954, he instituted policies that led to the executions of thousands of Vietnamese. Even if Ho had shunned violence, a multitude of events or disagreements could have derailed any lasting U.S.-Vietnamese partnership.

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American clergyman, activist, and leader in the African-American civil rights movement, Martin Luther King Jr. is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. King led the first African-American nonviolent demonstration with the bus boycott, which began in 1955 and led to the end of segregation on buses. In the 11-year period between 1957 and 1968, King traveled more than 6 million miles and spoke more than 2,500 times, appearing wherever there was injustice, protest and action — all the while authoring five books and numerous essays. At the age of 35, King was the youngest man to have ever received the Nobel Peace Prize. He was assassinated four years later in 1968.

Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th and current Dalai Lama,

Pulaski is my hero.
On October 11, 1779, Polish cavalry officer and American Brigadier General, Casimir Pulaski, died of wounds incurred during the Battle of Savannah (Georgia) during the American Revolutionary War. Pulaski, known as “The Father of American Cavalry,” had fought in Poland against the Russians, and was forced to flee his own country, taking his military skills to America where he became a hero of the American Revolution.

Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, born in Paris in 1834, became a great admirer and friend of George Washington, and worked closely with Washington in many military campaigns during the Revolution

Hope I will be lucky

Actually I don't know any of these from my country

Congratulations winners happy independence day to my fellow Pinoy

Hello BP

Hello friends

Good day to all

The fight for racial equality in America was not an easy road. Throughout the decades, exceptional African Americans stepped up to organize a movement that transformed the face of America and promoted equal rights for all people. Black leaders of today continue the work of those who paved the way with their lives.

Congrats to the winners. Overhere in Nigeria, my hero is Nnamdi Azikiwe. He was really a freedom fighter

Wow. Hope i get to win. I love freedom pushers. My favourite is Ghandi. He was really a backbone back then.

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
A man of unshakable faith, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tirelessly fought to secure racial equality of all people. He led the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which helped to ignite the Civil Rights Movement

MEDGAR EVERS IS MY HERO
Medgar Evers served as the first NAACP state field representative in the state of Mississippi. In his position, he stood in the face of violence and opposition to organize voter registration drives. He was one of the state’s most accomplished civil rights leaders before he was gunned down in the driveway of his home.

Congratulations to the winners!
Francisco de Miranda is my favorite procer of Venezuela.

Simon Bolivar! Although I do not like to talk about him, therefore he is named in the government>. <

Hello @bunnypuncher, the "Hero" who took all the credit and Glory for being the Liberator of Venezuela (and other 5 South American Countries) was Simón Bolívar, though the Real Heroes were Francisco de Miranda and José Antonio Sucre, not Bolívar alone!

Thanks for the contest, very good! I miss this question, the heroes of independence of my country are not of my tastes!

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Batman is here ! :)

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Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola (new statue in Lagos Nigeria 25 years after his death)

Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola was a business man, publisher, aristocrat who later turned politician. He originated from the Western part of Nigeria, at an early age of nine he started selling woods to support his siblings, he started a band later on and would go on to perform in exchange for food. He sponsored his education from money made from performances later on. He later gained greater heights by bagging a first class degree in accountancy from Glasgow university Scotland.
In 1993 he ran for the presidency of Nigeria gaining numerous applauds along the way he was sometimes called "the man of the people" loved by many and seen as the first civilian president to take over from the long military regime the country has had. The whole country stepped out on election day to massively vote for him, he was the clear winner, in an election where he had a landslide victory, the then military head of states Gen. Sani Abacha refused to recognized his victory, this led to his protestations against the government, he was arrested forcefully by the Nigerian government in the year 1994, he would later die a mysterious death in prison 4 years later on 7 july 1998. Later on the 1993 elections was stated as the most credible electron Nigeria has ever had.

NOTABLE QUOTE: “People of Nigeria, exactly one year ago, you turned out in your millions to vote for me, Chie MKO Abiola, as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. But politicians in uniform, who call themselves soldiers but are more devious than any civilian would want to be, deprived you of your God-given right to be ruled by the President you had yourselves elected"

I WANNA WIN

I'm new here ! :)

Leaving com done":)

I like only movies , and best charecter is mr Bean

I wanna win too ;)

Are you scared me? If not, check my last live-stream ;)

Maybe I'll win someday :) I leave a com.

WIN WIN WIN

shedow will cut you down!

Leave a comment, done :)

Ei dont know any gero, I am heroine my self

Shaikh Mujibur Rahman is the legend who fought for Bangladesh. And after 9 months random war Bangladesh will win by 30 lakh lives.
Now we are independent.

Here in Venezuela we have many independence heroes, but who i like the most is Francisco de Miranda, he traveled around the world before the venezuelan independence, he was:

Lieutenant General and Admiral in Chief of Venezuela
Marshal of France
Captain and Colonel of Spain
Colonel of the United States of America and Russia

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Conratulations to the winners

Ahmed Sékou Touré was the father of our independance from France. We are the second west african to have its independance from France.

Harald Hårfagre, recognised as the first king of Norway or at least a big part of Norway at the time in year 872 to his death.

Theodoros Kolokotronis was a Greek general and the pre-eminent leader of the Greek War of Independence (1821–1829) against the Ottoman Empire.Kolokotronis's greatest success was the defeat of the Ottoman army under Mahmud Dramali Pasha at the Battle of Dervenakia in 1822.[4] In 1825, he was appointed commander-in-chief of the Greek forces in the Peloponnese. Today, Kolokotronis ranks among the most prominent figures in Greece's War of Independence.
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tl, dr;

good luck to all! :D

Ilan Ramon was the space shuttle payload specialist of STS-107, the fatal mission of Columbia, in which he and six other crew members were killed in the re-entry accident. At 48, he was the oldest member of the crew. Ramon is the only foreign recipient of the United States Congressional Space Medal of Honor, which he was awarded posthumously.

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Bangladeshi Heroes who fought for independence

Bangladesh got independent by 9 months war at 1971.
We have 7 heroes of this war. They are called 'Bir Sreshto' (The Most Valiant Hero) . This is the highest military award of Bangladesh. They got this honor for their sacrifices and bravery for our country.

thats easy for me, We got Simon! 6! read weel! 6 Countrys!

Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar Palacios Ponte y Blanco[1] (Spanish: [siˈmon boˈliβar] 24 July 1783 – 17 December 1830), generally known as Simón Bolívar and also colloquially as El Libertador,[3] was a Venezuelan military and political leader who played a leading role in the establishment of Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Panama as sovereign states, independent of Spanish rule.

I don’t know, in my opinion there is no one who is really meritorious in my country . #comment :-)

My father is a hero ,, I can achieve independence because of his struggle

Red and White in the chest flutter thrown waggle wings of eagle, for you beloved Indonesia proof of the struggle of the heroes of the nation.

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Happiness belongs to those who have dreams and have the courage to make it come true

No matter what your day, never let someone make you feel that you do not deserve what you want

Anger is a condition where the tongue works faster than the mind, and the spoken words will only be a regret

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Do not seek the flaws of others, when they are willing to accept your shortcomings

When you want to give up, remember again the reason why you have been able to survive

Now it's time to rest, please do not bother me

Soluble in sorrow will not make you rise, wipe your tears and move on

Looking up as a motivation is not to be inferior, and looking down to be more grateful not to be arrogant

Too focused on what you want, will make it hard to be grateful

You will not be able to live alone, need the help of others. And make sure they are people you can rely on

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Do not seek the flaws of others, when they are willing to accept your shortcomings

Simon Bolivar, freed 5 nations of Latin America, Venezuelan hero that encompasses the true love of the Latin American for freedom and justice, Marvel should make a comic and sure be the Pope of the heroes of Marvel

"Freedom is the only worthy goal of the sacrifice of the life of men".
Simon Bolivar

Successful people are not only hard-hearted, they are also hardworking people who believe in their ability

Many independence heroes are made as street names, while those of us who have succeeded in feeling the freedom of their struggle thanks to being road users ,,

Sometimes a deep sense of disappointment is caused by our exorbitant expectations of something

Never forget the gift of God, be it grace or temptation because there will always be meaning in every event

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Failing that is a common thing, but the real failure is when we give up and stop to try

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Do not compare your life to the lives of others, for each of us has the gift of each that God has given

Red blood heroes spilled on the land of motherland, white bones of the fighters embedded in the beloved homeland of Indonesia. Here I am born, Here I am not.

If women are good, then the country is the best. But if women are bad, then the state collapses.

Bunny puncher have a nice day, no comment on topic

Do not ever claim to be Indonesian youth if you do not want to struggle in realizing the ideals.

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Being grateful is the best way to feel enough, even when deprived. Do not expect more before we try more

Believe me today will be more beautiful than yesterday, if we start with prayer and smile

The state of the Republic of Indonesia does not belong to any kind of group, not a religion, not a tribe, not belonging to a group of customs, but all of us from Sabang to Merauke

Throw garbage in its place..hehe

Do not look to the future with blind eyes! The past is very useful to be a bengala glass of the future

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The faithful hero sacrifices, not to be known by name, but solely to defend his ideals

No one counts: how much profit I get from this Republic, if I struggle and sacrifice to defend it.

We show that we are really people who want to be independent ... Better we are crushed rather than free

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Do not attack the enemy before they attack us. if the enemy attacks first, then we will reply with full of struggle

That the independence of a single nation, founded on the fall of thousands of souls

It's always nice to participate in your contest

Independence is not a sign to stop fighting, but a sign to fight even harder.

Ante Gotovina is hero for my country, although some call him war criminal for prosecution of Serbs in war of independence.

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Pain in the struggle was only temporary. But if you give up, the pain will be forever

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My struggle is easier because of expelling the invaders, your struggle will be more difficult because it is against your own people

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the property of the people and nation, can not be eliminated by any human being

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A nation that does not believe in its power as a nation can not stand as an independent nation

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My struggle is easier because it drives out the invaders. Your struggle will be more difficult because it is against your own people

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Weak and strong in a fight to fight for a decent life is a choice

Hang your ambitions sky-high! Dream as high as the sky. If you fall, you will fall among the stars.

The Heroes pay for this independence with blood, we cherish that freedom with the sweat of hard work to be proud of paya gemoto

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Build a world where all nations live in peace and fraternity.

This independence is not a gift from the Netherlands, this freedom is not obtained with free, this independence is a droplet of the nation's fighters. Respect the results of the struggle of the people before us for the future of our children and grandchildren.

All throughout history, all over the world all great characters are heroes for winning and criminals for defeated side. History is written by winners!

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Soeharto is an Indonesian hero ... he is a great general.

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Success comes from failure after failure, in which there is no word of despair

ATATÜRK
After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the country was occupied. The country was rescued by a new war of liberation under the leadership of Ataturk. Afterwards, there was a question about who and how the state should be governed. In order to implement democracy more easily with the national sovereignty, a search for a new administration has been made. As a result, the Republic was declared with the aim of determining the state regime and ending the turmoil in the parliament. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was elected the first president and the system of government formation changed.
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The more we can then the more we get used to it

I race to win, be in any team, the desire is always the same

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Walking in the dark with a friend is better than walking alone in a bright light

Racing is the biggest part of my life that will never be forgotten

I've come to win both in victory and defeat, which is definitely not a win in a loser

To succeed in life, we must first be sure that we can. Because confidence is the root of which will corroborate the next steps

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To be a great driver, the key is a strong will to race

Heroes is a big word. The history of a country often has both positive and negative events at the same time. It's hard for me to describe a certain hero.

Many succeed because one sentence only

To be a champion in the first year is very difficult. It takes a lot of time and adjustment to win it

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Whatever you do, try to blend in with it. When I race I blend with my bike, trying to build communication to match the vision

Racing is an art, you do it because there is something so stunning behind the race

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Being a world champion is very difficult, but that's my reason to keep fighting in the world of racing

Ir. Soekarno yang bernama lahir Koesno Sosrodiharjo lahir pada 6 Juni 1901 di Blitar dari pasangan Raden Soekemi Sosrodiharjo dan Ida Ayu Nyoman Rai, diberi nama kecil, Koesno. Ir. Soekarno, 44 tahun kemudian, menguak fajar kemerdekaan Indonesia setelah lebih dari tiga setengah abad ditindas oleh penjajah-penjajah asing..

The most important thing in the competition is never to feel depressed

The best fight with your toughest opponent is the greatest motivation

Small mistakes can make you fail to finish, and that's where valuable lessons often come

I came to win. Even if I lose, everything has paid off with sincerity in the struggle

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Congrats to the winners! I hope I’m next! :)

To win the championship in the first year is very difficult. We need time to win the race

To become a racer, the most important thing is the passion for the race

Sometimes ambitions make us lose potential

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Sukarno lives far from his parents in Blitar since sitting in the school bench, people in Surabaya to finish HBS (Hoogere Burger School). He lives in the house of Haji Oemar Said Tjokroaminoto, a veteran politician of the founders of Islamic law.

Being a world champion is very difficult, but that's my reason to keep fighting in the world of racing

I came to win. Even if I lose, everything has paid off with sincerity in the struggle

Whatever you do, try to blend in with it. When I race I blend with my bike, trying to build communication to match the vision

Small mistakes can make you fail to finish, and that's where valuable lessons often come

Well, I'm from Australia and we're still tied to the British crown. ;) And... I don't mind it! I hope it stays that way. It's not that I'm a lover of the monarchy, I could care less about them... but I would hate for Australia to end up like the US. A country that only cares what its citizens can do for it, and not what it can do for its people.

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i know how you feel 😋.. not a big fan of the monarchy either here.. being a pom and all..

The most important thing in the competition is never to feel depressed

Racing is an art, you do it because there is something so stunning behind the race

To be a champion in the first year is very difficult. It takes a lot of time and adjustment to win it

To win the championship in the first year is very difficult. We need time to win the race

Sometimes ambitions make us lose potential

There is only one desire we must achieve, namely the desire to be happy

Hatta lahir dari keluarga ulama Minangkabau, Sumatra Barat. Ia menempuh pendidikan dasar di Sekolah Melayu, Bukittinggi, dan kemudian pada tahun 1913-1916 melanjutkan studinya ke Europeesche Lagere School (ELS) di Padang.

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The founder of Taman Siswa is the Father of National Education. Born in Yogyakarta on May 2, 1889. His birthday, commemorated as National Education Day. His famous teaching is tut wuri handayani (behind giving encouragement), ing madya mangun karsa (in the middle of creating opportunities to initiate), ing ngarsa sungtulada (ahead of example).

I will tell you about Simon Bolivar was a Venezuelan military leader who played a fundamental role in the revolutions against the Spanish Empire during the 19th century. He was born on July 24, 1783 in Caracas, known as the Liberator of America, since he helped the Independence of five nations (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela) these processes of independence were carried out between 1819 and 1830, recognized as the great strategist and visionary of his time.
The other great general, Francisco de Miranda, born in Caracas on March 28, 1750, was a politician, military man, diplomat, writer, humanist and ideologist, considered the Precursor of American Emancipation against the Spanish Empire. Known as the First Universal Venezuelan and the Most Universal American, he participated in the Independence of the United States, the French Revolution and later the Independence of Venezuela.
I could talk about many others like General Antonio Josè de Sucre, but the list would be very long.

We will not understand the love of the parents until we become parents

Many things we need for others is something impossible

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Do not feel proud to be champion if you get it in an unsportsmanlike way

To become a racer, the most important thing is the passion for the race

Jose Antonio Paez es un procer Venezolano, para algunos heroe para otros villano pues es el gran causante de que exista la actual Venezuela sino pues fueramos un pais mas grande llamado Gran Colombia, ya que este procer lidero un movimiento llamado "cosiata" en donde separo a la provincia de Venezuela de la Gran Colombia.

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No matter how far you go, parents will always be with you

You are born as part of the family and the family because of your presence