Sanhajła-Stankievič Emmanuil (Сангайла-Станкевіч Эмануіл), civic and political leader. Was one of the organizers of the first Belarusian political conference in Miensk, March 1917 and the All-Belarusian Congress, December 1917. Sanhajła was secretary of the military-diplomatic missions of the Belarusian Democratic Republic to Latvia and Estonia in 1919-1920. Sanhajła lived in Riga from 1920 into the 1940s and was the head of the Belarusian Cultural Society in Riga. During World War II he was active in the organization of Belarusian military units and was in the military department of the Belarusian Central Council in Berlin, 1944-1945. He died as a result of a bombing raid on Berlin, March 12, 1945.
References: Ranica, Berlin, March 18, 1945.