|Date of Birth:|
|Service:||Prussian aviator service|
|Billets:||Temporarily with Temeraire|
When Temeraire and his crew were detained in Prussia upon their return trip to England from China, Badenhaur was (most likely) the senior Prussian officer temporarily assigned to Temeraire to help fill in for the losses among the crew. Being a trained signal-officer, Badenhaur's main purpose was to translate Prussian flags for Laurence. He also served as a guide/translator for Laurence in other ways, acquiring food and accommodations for Temeraire's crew whenever Laurence could not convincingly communicate in French.
French Invasion of Prussia
Before the Battle of Jena, Badenhaur accompanied Laurence to a nearby summit to scout the soon-to-be battlefield when they were nearly detected by Lien and Napoleon. From their hiding place, Laurence dissuaded Badenhaur's half-formed plan of assassinating Napoleon with his pistol.
Badenhaur was with Temeraire when they retreated to Danzig and was likely evacuated to Britain.