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The only countries that have been to all Summer Olympics are Australia, Great Britain, France, Switzerland and Greece. Since the first Winter Olympics in 1924 only Switzerland, France and Great Britain have take part in each Winter Games. So three nations have competed at all Summer and Winter Olympics - Switzerland, France and Great Britain.

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Q: Apart from Greece what is the only other nation to have participated at every Olympic Games of the modern era?
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