Abkhaz footprints in Yorkshire - Agency Caucasus (P2)

GEORGE HEWITT'S STORY AND ABKHAZIA'S CURRENT TOPICS

9 May 2002, Agency Caucasus By Fehim Tastekin - Zeynel Abidin Besleney

Part II

Heritage in Yorkshire

- Now with your permission, I would like to talk about your family life. How much of Abkhazian culture do you think is practised in your household or in other words do you think that your wife brought with hers some Abkhazian culture into your family?

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Abkhaz footprints in Yorkshire - Agency Caucasus (P1)

GEORGE HEWITT'S STORY AND ABKHAZIA'S CURRENT TOPICS

9 May 2002, Agency Caucasus By Fehim Tastekin - Zeynel Abidin Besleney

George Hewitt in short


George Hewitt is a controversial figure. He is a professor of Caucasian languages at the School of Oriental and African Studies. Beside the numerous articles he has written on the languages and the politics of the Caucasus, he is in the unique position of being the author of both Georgian and Abkhaz grammars. He is married to Zaira Hewitt, an Abkhazian. They have two daughters named Amra and Gunda, respectively.

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