1815 - 2nd Bn 52nd reached Canterbury on return from Belgium.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI.
Casualties = Other Ranks, 1 Wounded.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – GRUMO & CEREDA
Coys Training during the Morning.
During the Afternoon all men entitled to “1914” Star were decorated with the ribbon by Divisional Commander.
This was followed by final of Brigade Football Competition which was won by C Coy beating c Coy 1/4 OXFORDS by 2 goals to Nil.
Ration Strength: 38 Officers 774 OR. Casualties: NIL.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
The Regiment reverted to its pursuit role, moved to Liidingen (1692) and attacked Riekenbostel (1594). Opposition was slight and a considerable number of disheartened prisoners surrendered. One shell, the only one fired, killed C Company's forward observation officer and wounded the company commander, Captain C. F. A. Baxter, and his two signallers.
Another attack was mounted for Hassel (1697) and 204 prisoners surrendered; there was no fighting.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - NWE Katzien
At 1330 hrs Capt. P.E. Gerahty took out two platoons of "C" Coy along the same route as was followed by "B" Coy yesterday. Today however, enemy were encountered, some on the main road just South of POLAU, others in the woods due West of POLAU.
A small battle took place during the course of which one German was known to be killed & six "soft" vehicles destroyed. Our casualty was one N.C.O. wounded.
Tonight the woods are blazing in the area in which "C" Coy discovered the enemy.
Our mortars fired 200 phosphorous bombs to get the fire going.
Several deserters having had enough of this have come in this evening.