1814 - 43rd and 52nd - The Light Divison - engaged in pursuit of the French after Orthes.
1917 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – DYKE VALLEY.
Quiet misty day; the front line was for a time shelled by the enemy’s and our own artillery (in their attempt to cut the wire in front of GREVILLERS TRENCH.
Policy of very active patrolling maintained.
Casualties during this month.
Killed = 7. Wounded = 14.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – TRENCHES NE of BARLEU
Our Artillery bombarded enemy’s Front & Support line from 5.25am – 5.55am to assist operations undertaken by XIV CORPS on our Right.
1 Officer (CAPT G.R. CROUCH) & 9 OR Wounded. 1 OR Killed.
1917 – 2/1st Bucks (TF) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – In Trenches SPUDS.
After being extraordinarily inactive for 3 days, at 4.45 p.m. enemy commenced violent bombardment of our Front and Support Lines and also on Front of Battalion on our “LEFT”. After 3 hours it ceased. In the meantime, however he raided centre Company of Bn. Left inflicting casualties and capturing prisoners.
1917 – 2/4th (TF) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – In Trenches ABLAINCOURT.
In Front Line Trenches.
Work and Patrols as above. Enemy again bombarded our lines, with exceptional severity for 3 ½ hours, and at 6.15.p.m. raided our trenches, penetrating the Centre Company’s front. Counter attack was organised and the enemy driven out, but not before he had inflicted heavy casualties as follows Officer’s. Wounded 2/Lt. CONSTABLE, Missing 2/Lt’s. GUILDFORD & HUNT. O.R. Killed 6, Wounded 18. Missing 19. 2/Lt. FRY reported has died from wounds.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 28th the Regiment was relieved by the 1st Highland Light Infantry.
1945 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Arrived at BULFORD
1959 – 1st Green Jackets (43rd & 52nd) – “The last men of the last Draft to be trained at Cowley Barracks joined the Regiment”