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National Heroes of St. Kitts and Nevis
National Heroes Day was established in 1996 by the Saint Kitts and Nevis Federal Parliament with the passage of the National Honours Act.The first observance of the holiday was on 16 September 1998 to honor Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw, the first Premier and Chief Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis and former labour activist. The holiday is observed on his birthday. In 2004, former Premier and Chief Minister Paul Southwell, and former Social Services Minister and trade unionist Joseph Nathaniel France, were also affirmed as National Heroes by the National Assembly. In 2013, former Premier of Nevis, the late Dr. Simeon Daniel, was elevated to National Hero status; and in 2015, Sir Kennedy Simmonds, Father of Independencewas made a National Hero.
National Heroes
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The Right Excellent
Sir Robert Llewellyn


First Premier and Chief Minister
(1916 – 1978)
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The Right Excellent Sir
C.A. Paul

Former Premier and Chief Minister
(1913 – 1979)
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Joseph Nathaniel


Former Trade Unionist
(1907 – 1997)
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The Right Excellent


Former Premier of Nevis
(1934 – 2012)
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The Right Excellent
Sir Kennedy A.


Father of Independence
(1936 – )
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Heroes_Day_(Saint_Kitts_and_Nevis)
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