China-Burma-India Theater (1941–45). The China‐Burma‐India (CBI) theater has been dubbed “the forgotten theater” of World War II. Once the United States entered the war, American strategy called for building up China as a source of manpower, as a base for bombers and the eventual invasion of Japan, and as a pro‐American regional power in the postwar era.
It became the stuff of Legends.
Fred Johnson, History Professor Hope College
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