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Handbook of English - Arabic and Hebrew : (words and phrases with their equivalent in colloquial Arabic and/or Hebrew in daily requirement by the Australian Imperial Forces in the Middle East)
Bib ID 164653
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Military Board, 1940 
31 p. ; 14 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"Notified in A.A.O.s dated 30th April 1940."

Subjects Australia. - Army - Handbooks, manuals, etc.  |  English language - Dictionaries - Arabic.  |  English language - Dictionaries - Hebrew.  |  Arabic language - Terms and phrases.  |  Hebrew language - Terms and phrases.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Military Board

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