Captain Newman, M.D. invites you to make rounds on the ward of an Army psychiatric hospital where wounded veterans have lost touch with reality and erased memories of civilian life with verdicts of guilt from the battlefield. What is the prognosis for these physically unscared victims of war? This is a realistic rendering of the consequences of the War's stimuli, a bombardment of visual horrors where men in charge shoulder overwhelming responsibility for the carnage around them. Courage and valor are replaced by internal feelings of guilt and cowardice.