“War hath no fury like a noncombatant.”
C.E. Montague (1867 to 1928)
Charles Edward Montague was an English novelist, journalist, and man of letters particularly noted for writings published in the Manchester Guardian and for a number of outstanding works of fiction.
He wrote two works based on his experiences in World War I – Disenchantment (1922), an essay drawn from wartime diaries and articles that expresses the bitterness of the survivors, and Fiery Particles (1923), comic and tragic stories of life in the trenches.