Proud to be Georgian

How do you train someone to love their country?

Two years ago Russia and Georgia fought a brief war over the little known territory of South Ossetia.

As Russia sent its tanks deep into Georgian territory, in Georgia, the war led to an outbreak of patriotic fervour.

For Assignment, Tom Esslemont has been to visit a government-run “patriotic” summer camp - where young Georgians learn to develop a sense of national pride.

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Sun 15 Aug 2010 10:05 GMT

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