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Answered 2011-09-15 11:17:04

The Army published a manual TM 30-103 Italian Language Guide that is pocket-size and was 61 pages. This booklet is valued at approximately $5 to $10. I've seen these and other language guides on eBay quite often.

The more valuable ones are language booklets for some odd Middle East country or such.


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