We lost our farm, animals, machinery, everything
Reinhard Horn was born on February 2, 1938 in the now defunct village Prosička. His father was a German and his mother was a Czech and they farmed on a homestead with seven hectares of fields. The deportation of German inhabitants did not affect them directly, but in 1947 the decision about the construction of the military zone Ralsko was made and they had to leave their farm as a result. They were never compensated for their buildings, land, or machinery. After completing his vocational training, Reinhard married and with his wife they moved to Mnichovo Hradiště.