Wilfred Owen, war poet and total babe.
Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967) was a decorated soldier and war poet during the Great War. He was friends with Wilfred Owen, another amazing poet and all-around great person. Sassoon wrote and published A Soldier’s Declaration in 1917, which outlined his reasons for refusing to fight anymore; he thought the war was being unnecessarily prolonged, and was not worth the suffering it was causing. You go Sass.
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Robert Graves, English poet, author, and translator. He fought in WWI and was badly wounded at the Somme and suffered from shellshock for many years after. He published an autobiography of his war years in 1929 called Good-Bye To All That. He was also close friends with Sigfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen.