Territory

Northern European Division (NED)

When officially organized in 1928, the territory covered by the Northern European Division included European countries and several areas in Africa.

EuropeAfrica
British IslesAbyssinia and Ethiopia (modern Ethiopia)
NorwayEritrea
SwedenKenya
FinlandUganda
EsthoniaTanganyika (modern Tanzania)
LatviaAnglo-Egyptian Sudan and French Sudan (modern Sudan and South Sudan)
LithuaniaSomalilands (modern Somalia and Somaliland)
PolandZanzibar (part of modern Tanzania)
IcelandFrench Guinea
GreenlandPemba
FaroesIvory Coast
EstoniaNiger
LatviaDahomey (modern Benin)
LithuaniaUpper Volta (modern Burkina Faso)
Togo
Fernando Po (modern Bioko)
Annobón (part of modern Equatorial Guinea)
Corisco (part of modern Equatorial Guinea)
Elobey (part of modern Equatorial Guinea)
St. Thomas and Group (modern São Tomé and Príncipe)
Nigeria
Gold Coast (modern Ghana)
Sierra Leone
Gambia

Denmark was added to NED's territory in 1930.

Northern Europe-West Africa Division (NEWAD)

When the division was reorganized in 1970, areas in East Africa were removed from the division's territory.

EuropeAfrica
British Isles and IrelandGhana
FinlandNigeria
NorwaySierra Leone
SwedenGambia
NetherlandsLiberia
PolandTogoland (modern Togo and part of modern Ghana)
IcelandIvory Coast
DenmarkUpper Volta (modern Burkina Faso)
Benin-Dahomey (modern Benin)

Northern European Division (NED)

The rest of the African countries were removed when NEWAD reorganized in 1980 into a new version of the Northern European Division, whose territory only covered northern Europe.

Trans-European Division (TED)

Parts of Southern Europe and the Middle East were added into the Division's territory when it re-organized again in 1985. In 1995, more of the Middle East and North Africa were added. These areas were later dropped from the division's territory in 2011. If you'd like to chart a specific country, please feel free to look through the Seventh-day Adventist Yearbooks, available in the online archives.

1986

EuropeElsewhere
British Isles and IrelandPakistan
FinlandIsrael
HungaryAfghanistan
Netherlands
Poland
Sweden
Norway
Iceland
Faroe Islands
Denmark
Greenland
Albania
Yugoslavia
Greece

2017

Europe
British Isles and Ireland
Finland
Hungary
Netherlands
Poland
Sweden
Norway
Iceland
Faroe Islands
Denmark
Greenland
Slovenia
Serbia
Southern Cyprus
Greece
Albania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Estonia
Guernsey
Isle of Man
Jersey
Latvia
Lithuania
Montenegro
Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands
Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

You can see the current territory of the division by visiting its Yearbook entry.