1846 - 43rd - arrived home from Canada.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – SARTON – LE SOUICH.
The Regiment marched from Sarton via ORVILLE – HALLOY – LUCHEUX to LE SOUICH. There to be billeted.
Brigadier General W L OSBORN CMG DSO assumed command of the Brigade in place of Brigadier General G M Bullen-Smith CMG, DSO (to England). (the inter-regnum having been filled by Lt Col R H Pipon DSO, MC, Royal Fusiliers (Commanding 24th Royal Fusiliers).
Death of major General T M Bailie formerly commanding 52nd Light Infantry, Colonel of the Regiment.
2/LT G W Shaw – Signal Officer vice A/Capt C R B Slocock.
Lt V C Martin to be A/Capt vice Slocock.
2/Lt G H Fuller to be A/Capt vice Barnes and to Command A Company.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – S URBANO VIGO MONTE DI SOVIZZO.
Coys (less A) Training in hill warfare.
CO CAPTs FIRMINGER, DARBY & LT HIGLETT attended demonstration in “use of smoke during an attack” at LUVIGLIANO (nr PADUA).
Party of 27 OR D Coy sent to Field Bakeries at NOVOLEDO for work there till further orders.
CAPT G R CROUCH rejoined from Senior Officers course at ALDERSHOT.
Ration Strength: 39 Officers 784 OR. Casualties: NIL
1918 - 5th (S) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - To AUBIGNY.
Relieved at 1 a.m. by Australians.
March back to Aubigny; rest for half-hour for rum and coffee; then march out and man rear defence line near canal.
Captain Symonds in command.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 5th the Regiment moved to Mesum (8303) in preparation for an attack on the high ground north of Ibbenbiiren (9808) after the 4th Royal Welch Fusiliers and 1st Highland Light Infantry had captured that town.
During the night it moved up to Ibbenburen, where the situation was confused. The 4th Royal Welch Fusiliers and the 1st Highland Light Infantry were reported to have got through the town, but bursts of small-arms fire came from every direction.
1945- 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - NWE Stockhausen
0730 - C Coy in the lead, riding on Churchills, we started to cross the river WESER at TODTENHAUSEN 8116. Considerable opposition, chiefly in the form of "BAZOOKA BOYS" was met around KUTENHAUSEN, & two Churchills were hit. C Coy however made their way to the river bank & we prepared for the crossing. During these preparations we came under heavy shell-fire - chiefly air-burst from the far bank, but the Small Arms fire was negligible & the air-bursts caused only 8 casualties. B Coy then did the assault & cleared WIETERSHEIM. They were followed by D & A Coy's. C remaining on the West bank.
Meanwhile the RE's aided by our pioneer platoon built a raft for the essential transport, pending the completion of a bridge further downstream. D & A Coy's pushed on to FRILLE 8516. During the night of the crossing the village of WIETERSHEIM were repeatedly shelled by AA guns & nebelwerfers.
1965 – 1st Green Jackets (43rd & 52nd) Arrived in Berlin.