Category:D. S. Senanayake

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Don Stephen Senanayake 
Prime Minister of Sri Lanka
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Date of birth20 October 1884
Negombo
Date of death22 March 1952
Colombo
  • natural causes
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • S. Thomas' College, Mount Lavinia
Occupation
Member of political party
  • United National Party
Position held
Sibling
  • Fredrick Richard Senanayake
Authority control
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D.S. Senanayake (es); ডি. এস. সেনানায়েক (bn); D.S. Senanayake (hu); Дон Стивен Сенанаяке (ru); Don Stephen Senanayake (de); Don Stephen Senanayake (pt); 斯蒂芬·森纳那亚克 (zh); Don Stephen Senanayake (tr); Mark Duncan Paghubasan Alojado (tl); D. S. セーナーナーヤカ (ja); Don Stephen Senanayake (nb); Don Stephen Senanayake (sv); Don Stephen Senanayake (pl); ඩී.එස්. සේනානායක (si); Don Stephen Senanayake (nl); Don Stephen Senanayake (oc); Don Stephen Senanayake (io); Don Stephen Senanayake (it); Don Stephen Senanayake (id); Don Stephen Senanayake (en); Don Stephen Senanayake (fr); ഡി.എസ്. സേനാനായകെ (ml); டொன் ஸ்டீபன் சேனாநாயக்க (ta) politico singalese (it); শ্রীলঙ্কার সাবেক প্রধানমন্ত্রী (bn); Unabhängigkeitskämpfer und erster Premierminister Ceylons (jetzt Sri Lanka) (1947–1952) (de); Prime Minister of Sri Lanka (en); Premier ministre du Sri Lanka (fr); ശ്രീലങ്കയുടെ രാഷ്ട്രപിതാവ്, ആദ്യ പ്രധാനമന്ത്രി. (ml); diplomaat uit Sri Lanka (1884-1952) (nl) D. S. Senanayake (en); D・S・セーナーナーヤカ, ドン・スティーヴン・セーナーナーヤカ, D.S.セーナーナーヤカ (ja)

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