Who led the red shirts to victory over Italy?
Marcus Crassus' biggest civic duty, besides being consul, was the victory over the renegade slave army led by Spartacus. Marcus Crassus' biggest civic duty, besides being consul, was the victory over the renegade slave army led by Spartacus. Marcus Crassus' biggest civic duty, besides being consul, was the victory over the renegade slave army led by Spartacus. Marcus Crassus' biggest civic duty, besides being consul, was the victory over the renegade slave army led by… Read More
It is believed that the Temple of Hercules Victor was built by Luciius Mummius Achaicus either in remembrance of or in thanksgiving for his victory over the Achaians who were led by the city-state of Corinth.
Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 - June 2, 1882) was an Italian general and politician
Colonel Elijah Clarke led Georgia militia
What led factors led to President Nixon's victory?
He led Rome to victory over Carthage at the end of the Second Punic War.
The Battle of San Jacinto.
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Italy was led by famous dictator Benito Mussolini, who led them to invade different countries like Ethiopia and Albania (they actually took over them too).
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks to victory in Russia.
Elizabeth 1 was Queen of England at the time of the Spanish Armada although she had little to do with the subsequent English victory.
The naval battle of Salamis in 480 BCE between Greeks and Persians. The Greeks managed a great victory against the Persians that led on to their land victory at Plataia the following year.
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He led his troops into Italy and started a civil war. He led his troops into Italy and started a civil war. He led his troops into Italy and started a civil war. He led his troops into Italy and started a civil war. He led his troops into Italy and started a civil war. He led his troops into Italy and started a civil war. He led his troops into Italy and started a… Read More
Factors that led to a final victory of suffrage: protest, Movements
the red shirts were an army of Italian patriots led by Giuseppe Garibaldi
Two events in particular led to the Patriot victory over the British at Yorktown. The first was the assembly of a large and well-led army, a mixture of American and French forces that outnumbered and outmaneuvered the British force led by Lord Cornwallis. The second was an important naval victory by a French fleet over a British fleet that resulted in the isolation of the British land-force and the severing of its supply line.
Once Italy was taken over there was another route to attack the Germans. Since the Germans had to spread out their forces and ammunition they weren't able to cover every flank well. Also since some trade would come out of Italy the Germans lost out on valuable resources and supplies. Secondly. By forcing Italy out of WW 2, it led to military successes on the Italian peninsula. Italy failed to really be an asset for… Read More
The treaty created war reparations that led to money problems in Italy (inflation). Afterwards Mussilini the dictator took over Italy.
What was the outcome of Babur leading the troops to victories over an army led by the sultan of Delhi and the Rajput army?
The outcome of Babur leading the troops to victory over an army led by the sultan of Delhi and the Rajput army was a cultural blending problem.
Robert the Bruce was one of the most noted but there have been many such as: William Wallace
Japan underestimated the Allies' industrial capabilities and technological advancements.
Leon Trotsky commanded the Red Army.
He led the North Vietnamese to victory over the South Vietnamese during the civil war in Vietnam.
everything they wanted alot of stuff so they just took it
If lead is pronounced the same way as led it means the metal. If it's the part of the same verb as led, it's pronounced 'leed'.Lead, with a long e, is a homophone of lede. He will lead us to victory. Led, with a short e, is a homophone of lead. She has led us to victory.
the battle that led the victory of the patriot forces in the revolutionary war was the battle of Yorktown.
Hannibal was the Carthaginian general in question. Hannibal led both his troops and his elephants over the Alps and into Italy during the Second Punic War.
Spartacus,led a troup of gladiators to freedom from a training school in Capua,and was joined by thousands of slaves from all over Italy
The Spartan Admiral Eurybiades led the Greek naval contingent to victory over the Persians at the sea battle of Salamis .
In the second Battle, Gen Bernard Montgomery of Britain led the 8 th Army to victory.
The Normandy invasion of France changed the course of the war in Europe and led to the Allied victory.
George Washington led the Continental Army to victory against the British.
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks to victory in Russia.
There were two major factors in the American victory during the American Revolution. One was the financial support from France and the second was the fact that the British line of supply was stretch too thin.
Robert E. Lee led the Confederate army, ably assisted by Stonewall Jackson, whose flank attack on O. Howards corps in the afternoon led to the victory.
Giuseppe Garibaldi led the sardinian army to unify the italy.The sardinian kingdom eventually took over all the city states and little republics.Eventually after the they unifed italy the kingdom of italy was born.
General McClellan found General Lee's battle plan.
The members of the Triple Entente were the United Kingdom, France, and the Russian Empire. The U.S. and Italy joined late in the war which led the Allies to victory
Lieutenant-General Bernard Montgomery led the Allies to victory over the Axis troops in North Africa in 1943. The North African Campaign during World War 2 lasted from 1940 to 1943.
Rome's victory in the Punic wars led to the diffusion of Roman culture, influence, laws and customs throughout the Mediterranean area.
Sam Houston led the Texas victory in San Jacinto.
That was Trent Green who led Indiana to a 24-0 victory over Baylor in the 1991 Copper Bowl.
Yes, it did. It was named in honour of William Pitt the Elder, who led Britain to victory in the Seven Years' War.
During World War II, Italy fought and took it over, led by dictator Benito Mussolini.
George Washington led 20,000 American and French troops to victory at Valley Forge true or false