The country is worth the effort
Werner Hentschel was born on November 24, 1945 in Lipová in the Šluknov hook. Until 1945, practically only German-speaking inhabitants lived in the village, who were almost all displaced after the war. Werner’s parents exempted the expulsion as they were important for maintaining the local industry. Werner was inclined to work in the forest and, despite dossier obstacles because of his origin, he achieved a university degree in forestry. Due to his knowledge of German and his intelligence quality, he was offered a job in the spying service, which he refused. The peak of his career was the position of the administrator of the Elbe Sandstone Protected Landscape Area, when his work was highly regarded, he contributed to the declaration of the Czech Switzerland National Park. He has been involved in the restoration of monuments during his retirement.