A current German-language map showing the approximate location of Gross-Raden (now called Velky Radim) on the Continent.
An historical map showing the general area of the Sudetenland in which Gross-Raden is located. The red shading indicates the density of the German population as of 1 December 1930, as the legend below shows.
Gross-Raden is located in what is known as North Moravia. Together, North and South Moravia form the modern Czech Republic's border with Slovakia.
A vintage map showing the area from Olmütz north to Jägerndorf. Gross-Raden was approximately seven (7) kilometers west and slightly south of Jägerndorf.
A 1938 map showing Gross-Raden, marked 1; Bransdorf, marked 2; and Jägerndorf; marked 3. A close inspection of the map shows that to reach Raden from Jägerndorf, one would either take the train or the road that follows the River Oppa to Bransdorf, and turn northwest. Olga was baptized in the church at Bransdorf.
The Sudetenland. Gross-Raden was located at the foot of the Altvatergebirge in the northeastern portion of the region (North Moravia), west and slightly south of the city of Jägerndorf (present-day Krnov).
A map showing the territorial changes germane to the history of Czechoslovakia in 1938.
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