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New film shows how immigration shaped Britain. WATCH IT HERE

A new short film shows historians and archaeologists have identified higher levels of migration to the UK in the past more than what is believed to have taken place.

The animated film produced by Kent and Reading Universities, sets out some new findings with reference to the Roman Period (almost 2000 years ago) and to the First World War (100 years ago).

The film was made as a collaborative project between Kent’s School of History, Kent’s Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies, the University of Reading’s Department of Archaeology and Cognitive (a Folkestone based Animation Studio).

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