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Admiral Sir Barry Edward Domvile KBE CB CMG (1878–1971) was a Royal Navy officer. He expressed pro-German and anti-semitic sentiments in the years before the Second World War, and was interned during the war as a Nazi sympathiser.
== Naval career ==
Domvile was the son of Admiral Sir Compton Domvile and followed his father into the Royal Navy in 1892.〔(Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives )〕 In 1912 he became Assistant Secretary to the Committee of Imperial Defence, and during World War I he commanded the destroyer HMS ''Miranda'', the destroyer HMS ''Tipperary'', the cruiser HMS ''Centaur'' and then the cruiser HMS ''Curacoa''.〔 After the war he became Director of Plans in 1920, and Chief of Staff to the Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean in 1922 before becoming, in 1925, commanding officer of the battleship HMS ''Royal Sovereign''.〔
He served as Director of Naval Intelligence from 1927 to 1930, then commanded the Third Cruiser Squadron from 1931 until 1932, and served as President of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich from 1932 to 1934.〔
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