Since the 60th anniversary of the end of WWII in 2005 brought the disbanding of many veterans' groups, and while the "hard-copy" magazines such as the Ex-CBI Roundup have ended their run, the advent of the internet has brought information on the CBI and WWII in general directly to our homes. The amount of information available has increased astronomically. There are countless books available online as well as many CBI and WWII websites available which include online forums where people can exchange information, ask and receive answers to questions related to specific areas of interest, and on and on. Some of these websites are specific to one unit while others are much broader in their coverage of the CBI.
Below is an Excel spreadsheet containing a bibliography of CBI-related books and movies compiled by Mr. Bradford Smith. This file has been scanned for viruses using McAfee Antivirus software and is deemed to be safe. It is recommended, should you download the file to your own computer, that you perform a virus scan to ensure the file's integrity. Should you encounter any problems with this file, please
Copies of the CBI Bibliography may be reproduced without permission for noncommercial purposes. Corrections, suggestions and additions are always welcome. Acknowledgement to Mr. Smith is appreciated.
Following is a sampling of CBI-related websites available on the internet. We encourage you to explore these sites and let the creators of these sites know that their efforts are appreciated. We continue to do all we can to ensure that, while magazines may fade with time, the legacy of the CBI veterans will never be forgotten and their service will always be honored.