The Belarusian emigration magazine “March” was published in 1947–1948 in Germany. The main editor was a well-known Belarusian literary critic and writer Anton Adamowicz. Although only three issues were published, the role of this magazine was crucial. It continued the tradition of the Belarusian literary magazines published in Belarus during the 20s and the 30s of the 20th century. A. Adamowicz was engaged in cooperation with many talented writers and critics. Also, he published a lot of his own material: short stories and critical texts. The problems posed in these texts were connected not only with the past history of Belarus, but also with its current situation at the time. The magazine became a springboard to introduce various views about the development of Belarusian literature and culture in exile.