In a very trademarky sort of way, I actually stumbled onto the Maps of War. The utility and quality of the short, animated maps varies, but they give you a sense of how dynamic history can be and cram a lot of information into 90 seconds. I find the Imperial History of the Middle East particularly interesting. Those folks have been busy.
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