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National Heroes of Antigua and Barbuda
National Heroes’ Day is commemorated on 26 October each year to celebrate the lives of the heroes that by their example and significant contributions to the country have changed the history of Antigua and Barbuda for the better. It was 26 October 1736 in Ottos that National Hero Prince Klaas was broken at the wheel for masterminding a rebellion, the plan for which was uncovered before Klaas and his followers could act on them.
National Heroes
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Sir Vere Cornwall
BIRD

First Prime Minister
(1910 – 1999)
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Sir Vivian Alexander
RICHARDS

Cricket legend
(1952 – )
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Dame Georgiana Nellie
ROBINSON

Education Leader
(1880 – 1972)
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King "Prince Klass"
COURT

Leader of Slavery Revolt
(unknown - 1735)
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Sir George Herbert
WALTER

Second Premier
(1928 – 2008)
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Sir Lester Bryant
BIRD

Two-term Prime Minister
(1938 – )
source: http://ab.gov.ag
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