As many forum members know Fausto Berutti's Italian translation of Karl von Stutterheim's account of Austerlitz was just published. I just got a copy of it and wanted to share my opinion. Most of us probably have used it in our studies and are familiar with its quality so I would not comment on its essence. Fausto did a marvelous job in producing this volume. The soft-cover book contains 112 gloss-paper pages and has over 100 pictures, most of them colored! Illustrations are mostly color uniform plates as well as portraits of participants. It is simply a superbly produced book and I hope Italian readers will support and enjoy this publication.