69.Who is the "Father of Our Country"？
Answer: (George) Washington
Explanation: There were many great men among the Founding Fathers (or the people who helped to create the United States), but only one of them is called the "Father of our Country."
His name was George Washington, and although he is best known for having been the first president of the United States, he also did many other things to merit (or deserve) the title of "Father of our Country."
Born in Virginia in 1732, George Washington was always very interested in the military, which are organizations with soldiers that fight for the country's freedom.
He was a very well-respected colonel (or an important leader in the military) and he fought many battles (or smaller fights in a war) during the French and Indian War.
When the new United States declared (or officially stated or told others of) its independence (or freedom) from Britain, George Washington became the commander-in-chief (or top leader of the military) in the Revolutionary War between Britain and America.