File:Nations at 1912 Olympics.jpg

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English: Participating nations at the Opening Ceremony of the 1912 Games in Stockholm.
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Source (ed). Bergvall, Erik () The Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912 Official Report (PDF), Stockholm: Wahlström and Widstrand, pp. pl. 97 (page 429 in the PDF) Retrieved on .
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2008-02-12 05:48 1153×674× (133176 bytes) Andrwsc ==Source== *{{cite book |title=The Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912 Official Report |author=(ed). Bergvall, Erik |publisher=Wahlström and Widstrand |location=Stockholm |month=December |year=1913 |url=http://www.la84foundation.org/6oic/OfficialReports/1912

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