For some reason it occurred to me this morning that I have no historical evidence of strategic bombing by the Soviets during the Second World War. I tried to search the internet and found this. It intrigues me, and I try to give myself an explanation: hadn't Julius Douhet's doctrines arrived in Russia? Or hadn't they caught on? Why didn't Stalin do what the British and Americans did in Dresden? Was he more "humane" than Churchill and Roosevelt?