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Characters with only the name PeterEdit
- Peter (Warwick Soldier), a soldier in the employ of the Earl of Warwick and minor character in Opening Atlantis: New Hastings.
- Peter (New Hastings Rebel), a farmer-turned-rebel on the side of the Radcliffes and minor character in Opening Atlantis: New Hastings.
- Peter (The War That Came Early), Luftwaffe pilot and minor character in The War That Came Early: Coup d'Etat.
- St. Peter, a fisherman and a disciple of Jesus who is traditionally regarded as the first Pope. He appears in a POV role as "the Rock" in "Shock and Awe", and plays an important posthumous role in "Under St. Peter's".
- Peter I of Russia, a historical Tsar, referenced in The War That Came Early: The Big Switch and Settling Accounts: In at the Death.
Characters with the first name of PeterEdit
- Peter Baker, fictional actor, minor character in Ruled Britannia.
- Peter Leroy Barker, fictional American serviceman, minor character in The Man With the Iron Heart.
- Peter Blake, a nephew of Chester Martin in Southern Victory.
- Peter Delahanty, fictional biologist in "The R-Strain".
- Peter Drinkwater, fictional British Intelligence agent in "Ready for the Fatherland".
- Peter Foster, a minor character and roommate of William Shakespeare in Ruled Britannia.
- Peter Hains, a historical American Civil War general appearing in How Few Remain.
- Peter Howard, fictional doctor, POV of "Freedom" from A Different Flesh.
- Peter Jarrold, a fictional Son of Liberty referenced in The Two Georges.
- Peter Norris, fictional sheriff, minor character in Ruled Britannia.
- Peter van Pels, historical figure referenced in "The Eighth-Grade History Class Visits the Hebrew Home for the Aging".
- Peter Torrance, fictional cavalry lieutenant in Liberating Atlantis.
- Peter Turney, historical judge appearing in How Few Remain.
Characters named PeteEdit
- Pete (Deconstruction Gang), member of Gang 4 in "Deconstruction Gang".
- Pete (The Green Buffalo), a shopkeeper in "The Green Buffalo".
- Pete (sergeant), a Confederate sergeant and minor character in Settling Accounts.
- Pete (bellhop), minor character in Settling Accounts: In at the Death.
- Pete (police officer), a minor character in Supervolcano: All Fall Down.
- Pete (State of Jefferson), a reporter and minor character in "Typecasting" from the State of Jefferson Stories.
- Pete (Worldwar): minor Worldwar character.
- Pete Daniels aka Mutt Daniels, fictional baseball player-turned-soldier, a POV character in Worldwar.
- Pete Flowers, a POV character in "Crybaby".
- Pete Gray, historical baseball player referenced in The Man With the Iron Heart.
- Pete Huntington, minor fictional character in The Hot War.
- Pete Lundquist, fictional SF author, POV of "Hindsight".
- Pete McGill, a US Marine and POV from The War That Came Early.
- Pete Reilly, a Topangan in "Topanga and the Chatsworth Lancers".
- Pete Sadowski, a third baseman from "Designated Hitter".
- Pete Thomsen, a newspaper reporter and minor character in Worldwar: In the Balance.
Characters named Pedro (Spanish and Portuguese Peter)Edit
- Pedro (Half the Battle), a Canogan scribe in "Half the Battle".
- Pedro (Ruled Britannia), fictional Spanish soldier, minor character in Ruled Britannia.
- Dom Pedro II of Brazil, historical emperor of Brazil, referenced in The Guns of the South.
- Dom Pedro IV of Brazil, fictional emperor of Brazil referenced in The Great War: Breakthroughs.
- Pedro (Half the Battle), fictional scribe from "Half the Battle"
- Pedro González de Mendoza, historical Spanish politician referenced in "Report of the Special Committee on the Quality of Life"
- Pedro Magallanes, fictional medical student, minor character in Colonization: Second Contact.
- Pedro Rodriguez, a CS Army soldier in Southern Victory.
- Pierre (In High Places), guard of the Kingdom of Versailles and minor character in In High Places.
- Pierre Barres, fictional French soldier in "Ils ne passeront pas".
- Pierre Ducange, fictional New Orleans resident in "Must and Shall".
- Pierre Dutourd, fictional French criminal in Colonization.
- Pierre Lapin, a Canadian soldier and minor character in The Great War: American Front.
Characters named Pierce (an offshoot of Pierre)Edit
- Pierce Butler, historical US Supreme Court Justice appearing in "Joe Steele (story)"/Joe Steele (novel).
- Piet Hardie, a member of America Will Break in The Guns of the South.
- Piet Kieft, fictional Dutch colonial governor in Opening Atlantis: Avalon.
- Pyotr (The Hot War), a Russian farmer and minor character in The Hot War.
- Pyotr Maksimovich, a secretary who works in the Kremlin in Colonization. He may be historical, but this is not certain.
Characters named PetroEdit
- Petro of Narbomart, an Ispanian merchant in "Unholy Trinity" from Agent of Byzantium.
- Petro Hapochka, fictional Soviet bureaucrat in The Hot War.
Characters with a surname of PetersEdit
Characters with a surname of PetersenEdit
Characters with a surname of PetersonEdit
- Jim Peterson, fictional US Navy personnel, POV in Days of Infamy series.
- Richard Peterson, a technician and minor character in Worldwar: Striking the Balance.
- Wilf Peterson, a British Army lieutenant and minor character in The War That Came Early: Coup d'Etat.
Characters with a surname of PetrovicEdit
Characters with a surname of PietruszkaEdit
- Pietruszka (Iron Heart), fictional Polish politician, minor character in The Man With the Iron Heart.
- Tadeusz Pietruszka, fictional doctor, minor character in Joe Steele.
Places and things whose names include Peter or a variantEdit
- LeBlanc and Peters Mortuary, a funeral home in "Must and Shall".
- The USS Peter Gray (ship), a Liberty Ship in The Man With the Iron Heart.
- Petersburg, Virginia, featured in Southern Victory
- Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia, figuring in The Hot War.
- Petrozavodsk, Russia, a setting in Worldwar: Striking the Balance and The Hot War: Armistice.
- Pierreville, a Detinan city in The War Between the Provinces.
- Piotrków, Poland, a setting in Worldwar: Upsetting the Balance.
- St. Peter's Basilica, a church in Rome or the Vatican, depending on the timeline, the title location of "Under St. Peter's".
- St. Petersburg, former Russian capital, known in the past as Petrograd and Leningrad, the latter being the name most frequently used in Turtledove references.
- San Pedro, a subdivision of Los Angeles figuring in a number of Turtledove works.
- "Under St. Peter's", a Turtledove story title.