Interested in collecting some examples. Recently reviewed C.E. Montague's 'Disenchantment' from 1922 : A journalist who served in World War 1 writing about his own observations, and seemed to be years ahead of his time. A few years later Robert Graves' Goodbye To All That' , Richard Aldington's 'Death of a Hero', Sassoon's George Sherston novels etc. appeared. The influence of such war memoir/fictionalised war memoir, along with war poetry, still shapes how the Great War is viewed. But the founding father of 'Disenchantment' got overlooked in the process.