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Henry is an English male given name and a gender-neutral surname, from the Old French Henri, derived itself from the Germanic name Haimric (German Heinrich), which is a compound of the word elements haim, meaning "home" and ric, meaning "power, ruler". The Spanish version is Enrique, Portuguese is Henrique, Italian is Enrico, and Russian is Genrikh.

Harry (an English diminutive of Henry) and Heinz (a German diminutive of Heinrich), have also become names in their own right.

In the works of Harry Turtledove, Henry may refer to:

Monarchs named HenryEdit

Henry II of England, historical monarch referenced posthumously in a few Turtledove works.
Henry IV of France, historical monarch referenced posthumously in The War That Came Early.
Henry VI of England, historical monarch with a background role in Opening Atlantis: New Hastings.
Henry VIII of England, historical monarch posthumously referenced in Ruled Britannia.
Henry IX of Britain, a fictional Monarch of the United Kingdom referenced in In the Presence of Mine Enemies.

Characters known only by the name HenryEdit

Henry (The Two Georges), a coal miner and minor character in The Two Georges.
Henry (Worldwar), a minor character in the Worldwar series.
Henry and James, pair of fictional thieves, minor characters in Ruled Britannia.

Characters with the first name HenryEdit

Henry Barford, a fictional plantation owner in Liberating Atlantis.
Henry T. Casson, a fictional Los Angeles building magnate in the Southern Victory series.
Henry Clay (Fort Pillow), a minor fictional Union soldier in Fort Pillow.
Henry Dale, a fictional Jamestown settler in "Vilest Beast" collected in A Different Flesh.
Henry Cabot Lodge, a historical American Senator appearing in The Great War: American Front.
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., a historical American Senator appearing in Colonization.
Henry Feet of Clay, a fantasy analog of Henry Clay, posthumously referenced in The War Between the Provinces.
Henry Ford, a historical American car manufacturer who is posthumously referenced in The Gladiator and The Valley-Westside War.
Henry Heth, historical Confederate General appearing in The Guns of the South.
Henry Kissinger, living German-born American diplomat, with an anonymous background role in Homeward Bound.
Henry Louis Gehrig, historical baseballer referred to by his playing name Lou Gehrig in American Empire: The Center Cannot Hold and The War That Came Early: Hitler's War.
H.L. Mencken, historical American journalist appearing in "The House That George Built" and referenced in a few other works.
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, historical Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, referenced in American Front
Henry Pleasants, historical American soldier and engineer, who appears in The Guns of the South.
Puyi, Xuantong Emperor aka Henry Puyi, the last historical Emperor of China, and only historical Emperor of Manchukuo, referenced obliquely in a number of Turtledove works relating to World War II.
Henry Quick, fictional frontiersman, POV of "Trapping Run" in A Different Flesh.
Henry Radcliffe, fictional explorer and a POV in Opening Atlantis: New Hastings.
Henry Wallace, historical Vice President of the United States, who is referenced in several Turtledove stories.
Henry Welton, historical American soldier who appears in How Few Remain.

Characters with the surname Henry or a variant thereofEdit

Marjorie Henry, fictional doctor, minor character in Worldwar: Upsetting the Balance.
Patrick Henry, historical U.S. Founding Father referenced in The Guns of the South.
Sir William Henry, a fictional(?) English aristocrat appearing in "And So To Bed" collected in A Different Flesh.

Characters with the middle name HenryEdit

James Henry Ferguson, a child in the Supervolcano series.
William Henry Harrison, historical President of the United States referenced in Joe Steele (novel).
Lou Henry Hoover, historical First Lady of the United States appearing in Joe Steele (novel).

Characters Known As HankEdit

Characters known only by the name Hank:Edit

Hank (Fort Pillow), fictional Confederate appearing in Fort Pillow.
Hank (Joe Steele), fictional New York Post reporter, minor character in Joe Steele (novel).
Hank (Southern Victory), a doorman and minor character in Settling Accounts: In at the Death.
Hank (The Two Georges), a Royal American Mounted Police constable and minor character in The Two Georges.

Characters whose first name is Hank:Edit

Hank Armstrong, a historical American boxer referenced in The War That Came Early: Coup d'Etat.
Hank Coomer, fictional Confederate general, minor character in Settling Accounts: Return Engagement.
Hank Drucker, an American pilot and minor character in Days of Infamy.
Hank Greenberg, historical American baseballer, who is referenced in Drive to the East.
Hank Jeter, fictional physicist POV in "The Irvhank Effect".
Hank McCutcheon, fictional bomber pilot in The Hot War: Bombs Away.
Hank Meadows, a lamp seller and minor character in The Disunited States of America.
Hank Simmons, a foreman and minor character in Curious Notions.
Hank Tibbs, a Confederate soldier and minor character in Fort Pillow.
Hank Vernon, an engineer and minor character in Worldwar: Tilting the Balance.
Hank Walsh, a sailor and minor character in Settling Accounts: In at the Death.

Characters whose first name is HarryEdit

Bing Crosby, real first name Harry, historical crooner referenced in Colonization: Down to Earth, "News From the Front", and The Man With the Iron Heart.
Harry Hopkins, historical American politician appearing in Settling Accounts: Drive to the East.
Hari Seldon, Galactic historian from Isaac Asimov's Foundation series, referenced in Turtledove's crossover story "Trantor Falls".
Harry Seymour, minor fictional character in Ruled Britannia.
Harry Stowe, fictional overseer in "Though the Heavens Fall" collected in A Different Flesh.
Harry K. Thaw, historical murderer referenced in "Before the Beginning".
Harry Truman, historical President of the United States who appears in The Man With the Iron Heart, The Hot War, and Settling Accounts: In at the Death.
Harry Turtledove, the author of most of the stories and novels discussed on this wiki.
Harry L. Turtledove, historical journalist and cousin of the preceding.

Characters named EnriqueEdit

Enrique (Ruled Britannia), fictional servant and amateur actor in Ruled Britannia.
Enrique Gutierrez, fictional Mexican Army officer and minor character in How Few Remain.

Characters named HenriEdit

Henri (In High Places), fictional religious prophet with an important posthumous background role in In High Places.
Henri Donnedieu de Vabres, historical French judge referenced in The Man With the Iron Heart.
Jean-Henri Jusserand, fictional French diplomat, minor character in American Empire: The Victorious Opposition.
Henri Philippe Pétain, historical French General referenced in Worldwar.
Henri Pirenne, historical historian from Belgium, referenced in Colonization: Down to Earth.

Characters named EnricoEdit

Enrico Fermi, historical scientist appearing in Worldwar and referenced in "Joe Steele (story)"/Joe Steele (novel).

Characters named HeinrichEdit

Heinrich (Supervolcano), fictional geologist and minor character in Supervolcano: Eruption.
Heinrich Anielewicz, a young boy in the Colonization trilogy.
Johann Heinrich von Bernstorff, historical German ambassador appearing in The Great War: American Front.
Heinrich Drucker, minor fictional character in the Colonization trilogy.
Heinrich Gimpel, a central POV character in In the Presence of Mine Enemies
Heinrich Himmler, historical Nazi figuring in many Turtledove works.
Heinrich Jäger, a fictional German soldier and POV in Worldwar.

Characters named HeinzEdit

Heinz (Iron Heart), a German Freedom Front member, minor character in The Man With the Iron Heart.
Heinz Buckliger, fictional German Führer in In the Presence of Mine Enemies.
Heinz Guderian, historical German general appearing in Southern Victory and The War That Came Early: Last Orders.
Heinz Naumann, fictional tank commander in The War That Came Early: West and East.

Characters named GenrikhEdit

Genrikh Yagoda, historical NKVD head referenced in Joe Steele.
Genrikh Zhuk, a tank division commander and minor character in The Hot War: Fallout.

Characters named Henderson, and other patronymics of HenryEdit

Henderson V. FitzBelmont, fictional physicist appearing in Southern Victory.
Thomas Henderson, historical Confederate officer appearing in Fort Pillow.
Hendrickson, a US Army Major and minor character in Settling Accounts: In at the Death.

Characters named Harris or Harrison, patronymics of HarryEdit

Benjamin Harrison Caesar, fictional baseball legend, minor character in The House of Daniel.
Arthur Harris, 1st Baronet, historical Royal Air Force Marshal referenced in Joe Steele (novel).
Bucky Harris, historical baseballer referenced in Joe Steele (novel).
Edward Harris, historical ornithologist appearing in "Audubon in Atlantis".
George Harris (The Two Georges), a Royal American Mounted Police Officer in The Two Georges.
James Alpheus Skidmore Harris, historical Confederate officer appearing in How Few Remain.
Lionel Harris, a legislator and minor character in The Two Georges.
Morrie Harris, fictional secret agent in "Must and Shall".
William Samuel Harris, fictional hypochondriac created by Jerome K. Jerome, appears in "Three Men and a Vampire".
Benjamin Harrison, historical President of the United States referenced in How Few Remain.
Matt Harrison, fictional US Army General in The Hot War: Bombs Away.
William Henry Harrison, historical President of the United States referenced in Joe Steele (novel).
Harris Moffatt I, II, III, and IV, members of the family at the center of "Vilcabamba".
Harrison Smedley, fictional character in "Reincarnation".
Also, Harrison Smedley's wife in the same story.

Geography and objects named for HenryEdit

Enrico Dandolo, a space vessel in "Last Favor".
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, city referenced in The Great War: American Front and Joe Steele (novel).
Heinrich's Hofbrau and Sushi Bar, fictional restaurant in Supervolcano.
Heinz Buckliger's speech, a political doctrine in In the Presence of Mine Enemies.
Henry River, a Detinan river in The War Between the Provinces.
Martini-Henry, a historical British model of rifle used in How Few Remain
Vauxhall Prince Henry, a historical model of American motor vehicle, referenced in The Great War trilogy.

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