Stop Motion Short Summarizes 40,000 Years Of London History In 3 Minutes

History books are seen as dry by some, incredibly interesting and exciting by others, but as those history themed TV shows and movies have shown us historical events are often quite interesting when properly presented.

So if you want to learn about 40,000 years of London history quickly and enjoyably you need to check out this awesome stop motion animated short, which looks like it was made out of the very same paper they use to make history books.

(YouTube Link)

National Geographic's video team drew inspiration for the short from the thousands of historical artifacts discovered below London last year when construction began on the new Crossrail system.

-Via ScoopWhoop

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