Claud Barrington Barry DSO, RN
|Born ||17 Jan 1891||Clifton, Bristol, England|
|Died ||27 Dec 1951||(60)||Beaulieu, Hampshire, England|
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|15 Jan 1909||Mid.|
|21 Feb 1912||A/S.Lt.|
|30 Apr 1912||S.Lt.|
|30 Jan 1914||Lt.|
|30 Jan 1922||Lt.Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1926||Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1933||Capt.|
|12 Jan 1943||Rear-Admiral|
|6 May 1946||Vice-Admiral|
|1 May 1950||Admiral (Retired)|
Retired: 1 May 1950
|21 Jun 1918||DSO|
|14 Jun 1945||CB|
|10 Jun 1948||KBE|
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18 Dec 1941
At Alexandria HMS Triumph (Lt. J.S. Huddart, RN) and HMS Trusty (Lt.Cdr. W.D.A. King, DSO, DSC, RN) were brought alongside either side of the damaged battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth (Capt. C.B. Barry, DSO, RN) to provide electricity for the salvage operations.
Trusty leaves after a few hours but Triumph remains alongside until 22 December.