Monument to the Hero of the Soviet Union F.F. Dubrovsky
In the first days of the Great Patriotic War, F.F. Dubrovsky was sent by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Belarus to the enemy's rear in the Ushachsky district to organize underground and partisan struggle. By March 1942, more than 250 people participated in underground activities under the leadership of Dubrovsky. In April 1942, on the instructions of the Vitebsk underground Regional Committee of the CP(b)B The Chashnik partisan brigade "Dubova" (the underground pseudonym of Fyodor Fomich) was created, the commander of which was F.F. Dubrovsky until he joined the Red Army units on June 28, 1944. 

The partisan commander developed and took part in many combat operations himself, was a model of personal courage and heroism. Detachments of the Chashniki partisan brigade "Dubova" on January 19, 1943 defeated the enemy garrison in the urban settlement of Chashniki, participated in the Lepel operation in October 1943. By the end of the autumn of 1943 , the partisans under the command of F. Dubrovsky was defeated by 22 enemy garrisons and took an active part in the "rail war".

By the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR dated September 16, 1943, F.F. Dubrovsky was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union.

At the same time, he was awarded the military rank of "Major General".

In the post-war years from 1944 to 1953, Fedor Fomich worked as the secretary of the Chashnik RC KP(b)B, director of the state farms named after V.I. Lenin and "New Zelenki" of the Vitebsk region.

On March 3, 1970, Fyodor Fomich died in Minsk, and was buried at the Eastern Cemetery. A collective farm in Ushachsky district, Novolukoml vocational school No. 83, streets in Chashniki and Ushachy were named after him.

The hero's name is on the monument in honor of the legendary Dubov brigade, and his name is also assigned to the pioneer squad of the Plinsk school. It was the administration and the students of the school who took the initiative and appealed to the District Council of Deputies to install a memorial sign in the homeland of Fyodor Fomich in connection with the 110th anniversary of the brigade commander's birth. From that moment, work began on the implementation of this initiative.