You think that, but why?I think, and this is only my opinion, that the Soviets were not capable of repairing/rebuilding military complexes as fast as the Germans could. I also believe that in conjunction with destroying Soviets railroads, it would have been impossible in any reasonable time.
Nothing is proved, it's still a disputable question. I'm far from being sure that a strategic bombing is more effective than a blitskreag, leaded with the same means in Europe.Constant Strategic bombing is very effective, as the Americans proved.
Anyway bombing Russia, in 41-42 no?
With what kind of navigation devices and maps would you use, e-net with satellite images and GPS something like that?
You want to attack the big factory n° 153 in Novosibirsk?
So if you please,
distance from Berlin to London: 926 km.
Berlin to Novosibirsk: 4387 km
About 4 800 km to hit Lavotchkin factory in Ulan Ude
About 7 500 km to strike on strategic wooden stocks at Komsomolsk on Amur