Adamovič Viačasłaŭ (Адамовіч Вячаслаў), political and military leader. Biographical data are scarce. He was born in Miensk but settled, after the revolution, in Vilna where he died at the age of 75 on February 21, 1939. Adamovič was one of the foremost Belarusian political activists in the period 1917-1921. He served in top leadership positions in the Hramada, Belarusian Military and Supreme Councils and on the Belarusian Military Commission in the years 1919-1920. It was at his home in Miensk that the Executive Council of the First All-Belarusian Congress met for the first time after the dispersal of the Congress by Bolshevik forces in December of 1917. Adamovič was among the most uncompromising of Belarusian leaders with regard to the Bolsheviks. He planned and initiated military actions by Belarusian troops against the Soviets in Miensk and was also the founder of the military unit, Zialony Dub.
References: Šlach Moładzi, Vilna, no. 5(147), March 5, 1939, p. 6.