Harold and Leo go to war

Two Jewish Americans, Harold Kozloff and Leo Litwak, drafted into the U.S. army and swept into the throws of World War Two as infantrymen, took diametrically opposed paths as they confronted war. Harold discovered that he was able to kill and good at it, and Leo determined he was unwilling to kill, but willing to serve as a medic, providing medical aid to soldiers in combat. Both men witnessed the horror of war and the inhuman face of combat, and came to understand that the monsters in a war are not always the enemy.