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Sønderborg, 29th december 2007.
I have just synchronized the Jutlandia page to the Danish page of the same name. I have written most of the Danish page.
I have spent the last two months researching this, and have to the best of my abillity provided current and correct information. Not all sources have been listed under "External links", but as there is a fair amount of cross-referencing, i have judged that the list is sufficient. And everything provided in the text, can for sure be found in the links.
Also, there hasn't been provided a direct link to every scrap of information. That would probably have resulted in a reference list several times larger than the main text. I hope for forgiveness.
Unfortunately, most of it is in Danish: i hope other Danish people will confirm the veracity.
Last, but not least: in the original English text, Jutlandia was referred to as 'it'! As an old sailor, i feel very much aggrivated.
When you mention a ship, you call the ship by name, or you call the ship 'her' or 'she'. Never, ever, ever 'it'!
Shiver me timbers, if any of ye' miserable landlubbers ever call Her 'It' again, you'll have to deal with ME! Arrr!
Please, be nice to our Jutlandia. We Danes are very proud of her.
Jutlandia not only hospital treating Korean civilians
Jutlandia was not the only hospital that threated Korean civilians. The Norwegian fieldhospital "NORMASH" also did this. I have removed " and possibly the only one " from article. Mortyman (talk) 17:22, 5 April 2013 (UTC)