Belarusian musicians died at 66

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Ales Adamovich

Ales Adamovich (September 3, 1927 Kapyl Raion-January 26, 1994 Moscow) a.k.a. A. Adamovich, Ales Adamovitsh, Ales Mikhailovich Adamovich or Aleksandr Adamovich was a Belarusian writer.

He was born in a small village in what is now Belarus and studied at the Minsk Pedagogical Institute. Adamovich became famous for his work as a wartime journalist during World War II, writing about the tragedies and hardships that he witnessed. He later worked as a writer and editor for several newspapers and magazines in Belarus, including the literary journal Neman.

Adamovich was also a prominent member of the Belarusian intelligentsia and an advocate for the preservation of Belarusian culture and language. He was one of the founders of the Belarusian PEN Center and worked to promote literature and cultural exchange between Belarus and other countries.

In addition to his journalism and editorial work, Adamovich is best known for his fiction, including the novels "The Khatyn Story" and "I Am From a Burning Village." These works explore the impact of war and violence on individuals and communities, drawing on Adamovich's own experiences and observations.

Adamovich was a recipient of numerous awards and honors throughout his career, including the State Prize of the USSR and the Order of Francysk Skaryna. He died in Moscow in 1994 at the age of 66.

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