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    St. Moritz 1948

    As for the first St. Moritz Games in 1928, the “Rapport général sur les Ves Jeux Olympiques d'hiver, St-Moritz 1948” is very brief official report and was published in French only. The Games report contains fewer than 20 pages; the rest of the work is devoted entirely to the results of the Games.
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    St. Moritz 1928

    The official report of St. Moritz 1928 is composed of two very brief volumes. The first, “Rapport général du Comité exécutif des IImes Jeux Olympiques d'hiver et documents officiels divers”, provides an official report on the organisation and running of the Games. The second, “Résultats des concours des IImes Jeux Olympiques d'hiver organisés à St. Moritz, 1928” lists the results by discipline. The two volumes were published in 1928, in French only.
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    Host city election: facts and figures

    How was Tokyo chosen as the host city for the Olympic Winter Games in 2020? What were the results of the votes to choose the host cities of the Games in 1994, 1996 or 1998 ? This document provides the key information.
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    Host city election: facts and figures

    How was Tokyo chosen as the host city for the Olympic Winter Games in 2020? What were the results of the votes to choose the host cities of the Games in 1994, 1996 or 1998 ? This document provides the key information.
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    London 1948

    The general lack of resources for these first post-war Olympic Games had an impact on the official report, “The official report of the Organising Committee for the XIV Olympiad”. Published finally in 1951, its emphasis was on content rather than form, with a more modest approach than previous editions. It was produced only in English.
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    St-Louis 1904

    As for the previous edition in Paris, the Games of the III Olympiad were just one part of the programme of the 1904 World’s Fair in St Louis. No official report on the Games was published by the Organising Committee. However, two works published in English in 1905 are jointly regarded as the official reports on these Games, namely “The Olympic Games”1904 by Charles J.P. Lucas, and the “Review of the Olympic Games of 1904”by James E. Sullivan. The latter is more detailed and includes photographs.
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