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This New York Times animation investigates the idea of how nationalism and the idea of national identities based on language, race and borders is something that has been used through history to drive political agendas and push people into ideas they might not necessarily have agreed with. Presented in the New York Times’ recognisable animation style and intercut with footage relating to the points being made, the video is an interesting muse on how national identity has been created and then abused by different regimes and political powers throughout the centuries.

The New York Times|The Interpreter|National Identity|Animation

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