He was a prolific writer and contributed to numerous Belarusian newspapers, including the newspaper Biełaruski Zvon, Vilnia, 1921-1922, where he published his memoirs about the All-Belarusian Congress. After the Riga Treaty, he lived in Western Belarus where he taught and wrote. Makar Kraŭcoŭ is best known to the Belarusian people for his verse, My vyjdziem ščylnymi radami [a military hymn] which became the national anthem.
After the Soviet occupation of Western Belarus in 1939, he was imprisoned and vanished into the Soviet jails without a trace.
References: Novy Šlach, Miensk-Riga, 2(38), January 1944, p. 9; Anton Adamovich. Opposition to Sovietization..., New York, 1958, pp. 44-45, 190.