George Washington was an American who was a famous Soldier, Statesman, and Politician by profession. Washington was appointed commander of the Continental Army by the Continental Congress and led the Patriot troops to victory in the American Revolutionary War.
He also presided over the Constitutional Convention of 1787, which created the United States Constitution and a federal government. Washington has been dubbed the “Father of the Nation” for his multifaceted leadership throughout the country’s formative years.
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Born on 22 February 1732, George Washington’s age was 67 years at the time of his death. He was born and brought up in a super-rich-class Catholic Christian family from Popes Creek, Virginia, British America. He was an American by nationality and had his belief in the Catholic Christian religion.
He completed his early education at the Lower Church School, the United States. He never went to college but from the very beginning was a leader.