What mountains protect the Italian Peninsula from invasion by the rest of Europe?
The alps north of italy protected the italians from invasion
i think mountains protect us because, mountains are very tall and high and they can be very difficult to climb, also because the climate up in the sky can get very cold (even in the negatives) and can cause people to freeze to death, if they don't have the right equipment. Those are some of the reasons mountains can protect us
Will the federal government protect all states against foreign invasion and internal violence and rebellion?
In 30+ years of historical study, I have never heard it called anything else except Hannibal's crossing of the Alps. The Romans believed that these mountains were an impassable barrier to protect them from a Carthaginian invasion by land. Hannibal's challenge was to get his army over the mountains, alive and intact, and with enough strength left to fight, and that is what he did. Perhaps there is another name for it which I am…
What two Union generals assessed the need for more troops to protect Washington DC as the Peninsula campaign began to unfold?
President Lincoln took the advice of generals Hitchcock and Thomas on the number of troops that were needed to protect Washington DC as the Peninsula campaign was about to begin. As a result, General McDowell's corps were removed from General McClellan's army as the Peninsula campaign was almost ready to begin.