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Mussolini Undder Fascismus”…is this book worth more than 50 dollars?

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Mussolini Undder Fascismus”…is this book worth more than 50 dollars?

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Ralph is in Spain to learn the language. His hobbies are collecting badges in general and old books on both World Wars. Last week he showed me a book with a lot of damages and a bad binding but an exceptional gadget: a 3D viewer with the possibility to see Hitler and his gangsters in three dimensions (two is more than enough for me) by looking at two equal photographs from different angles through the viewer. Is is a fascinating book and I had never seen this clever way of watching this human beast. But it is very difficult to repair. The market for this kind of special books is really enormous and easy to enter…if you have money and/or products and the wish to enter it of course. To find out the price of your book on Mussolini is not too difficult. What interests me is how a boy of just 20 gets interested in especially WW2 and badges. I know nothing about badges-of-honour and was flabbergasted when he told me that a rich English Lord has two Victoria Crosses. Each has a value of 400

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