Albert is a masculine given name. Adalbert is the old Germanic form. It is derived from the Germanic words adal "noble" and beraht - "bright".
Characters known by the sole name of Albert:
- Albert (Southern Victory), a USS Punishment sailor and minor character in Walk in Hell.
- Albert (police officer), a San Atanasio police officer and minor character in All Fall Down.
- Captain Albert, a fisherman and minor character in Return Engagement.
Kings and other royals named Albert:
- Albert VII, Archduke of Austria, a historical Hapsburg royal appearing in Ruled Britannia.
- Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, historical consort of the United Kingdom referenced obliquely in The Two Georges.
- Prince Arthur Albert, 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, historical British royal referenced in Breakthroughs.
- Edward VII of Britain, historical Monarch of the United Kingdom known as Albert Edward, Prince of Wales in his youth, referenced in a handful of Turtledove works.
- George VI of Britain, historical Monarch of the United Kingdom referenced in a number of World War II-related works, was known as Albert, Duke of York prior to his accession.
Characters with the first name Albert:
- Albert Bauer, a fictional Socialist Party organizer in American Empire.
- Albert Gallatin Brown, a historical American (and Confederate) politician appearing in The Guns of the South.
- Albert Dieselhorst, a fictional Luftwaffe airman in The War That Came Early series.
- Albert Einstein, a historical scientist who has a role in several Harry Turtledove works.
- Albert Sidney Johnston, a historical Confederate general often posthumously mentioned in Southern Victory.
- Albert O'Saurus, a "saurian humanoid alien" in "Someone Is Stealing the Great Throne Rooms of the Galaxy".
- Albert Schweitzer, a historical theologian and missionary referenced in "Hindsight".
- Albert Speer, a historical German architect and politician of the Nazi regime during World War II, who plays a role in several Harry Turtledove works.
Characters named Adalbert:
Characters named Al:
- Al (Hi, Colonic), a character in "Hi, Colonic."
- Al (Of Mice and Chicks), an aristocrat in "Of Mice and Chicks."
- Alberta, Canada, province figuring in numerous works of Turtledove.
- Albertville, Alabama, a setting in part of In at the Death.
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