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ISNI: 
0000 0000 7862 5298
Name: 
Burnham, Forbes
Burnham, L. F.
Burnham, L. F. S.
Burnham, Linden Forbes
Burnham, Linden Forbes Sampson
Forbes Burnham (Guyanan politician)
Forbes Burnham (guyanischer Politiker und Präsident von Guyana)
Forbes Burnham (politico guyanese)
Forbes Burnham (politicus uit Guyana (1923-1985))
Forbes Sampson Burnham, Linden
Sampson Burnham, Linden Forbes
Форбс Бернем
Форбс Бёрнэм
Форбс Бэрнхам
फोर्ब्स बर्नहॅम
Dates: 
1923-1985
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Related names: 
Benn, Neishanta
Burrowes, R. A.
Burrows, R.A.
Guyana Prime Minister (1966-1980 : Burnham) (see also from)
Guyana. Office of the Prime Minister
Macedo, Lynne
Nascimento, C. A.
People's National Congress. Congress, 1st, Georgetown, Guyana, 1975
Robinson, Pat
Tyndall, Joseph
Titles: 
Address
Destiny to mould selected discourses by the prime minister of guyana, forbes burnham
destiny to mould; selected speeches by the Prime Minister of Guyana., A
Four talks to the nation : 1973 election radio addresses to the nation
L.F.S. Burnham on National Service.
Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham, O.E., S.C. National Assembly speeches, 2012:
new era [for our Amerindian brothers., A
On the road to socialism.
Our cause is just.
Prime Minister of Guyana presents a report to the Nation on the first 6 months of his government's term of office, January-June, 1965., The
pursuit of perfection, The
Some aspects of Caribbean integration.
Speeches. Selections
survival of our nation, The : address to the nation by L.F.S. Burnham, Prime Minister of Guyana, on the occasion of the celebration of the fourth anniversary of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, February 23, 1974 at the National Park, Georgetown.
To build a new world : speech
Towards the socialist revolution : address by the leader of the People's National Congress, Prime Minister Forbes Burnham, at the first biennial Congress of the People's National Congress, Pln. Sophia, Georgetown, 18th August, 1975.
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