1790 – 52nd – engaged in the assault on Dindigul (India).
1808 - Battle of Vimiera (Peninsula)
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LE PREOL.
86th Reinforecement, 1 Sergeant, 14 Rank and File joined.
2/Lt T A Coffin on return from leave took over the duties of Acting Quartermaster.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – DAMBRE CAMP B27d
CAPT H V COMBES, now *23rd D.M.G. Officer visited Battn.
*(23rd Dvision Machine Gun Officer)
Ration Strength 16 Officers 542 OR
1917 – 2/4th (TF) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – In trenches near ST JULIEN (YPRES)
Lost 1 officer & 4 men killed and 31 wounded.
1944 – 2nd (AB) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – ST RICHER - Normandy:-
Start of the Advance to the River Seine.(Operation Paddle)
At 0300 hrs the Regt moved off behind the 12 DEVONS to relieve 1 SS Bde who were cut off from the rest of the Div on the hills East of BRUCOURT. No communication with 1 SS Bde was possible as the only road leading to them was under heavy mortar fire from enemy posns on the hills EAST and WEST of them. Wireless comn had also broken down. This made the operation rather a hazardous one as not only was it impossible to let 1 SS Bde know that we were coming but there was also only one line of approach and no recce of the route was possible. Despite the difficulties including an extremely dark and wet night the operation was carried out successfully and at 1000 hrs the pursuit of the enemy Eastwards towards the R. Seine continued with 12 Devons leading. Progress was rather slow but by the evening after mopping up minor resistance and capturing a few prisoners, the Regt consolidated astride the road PERIERS ON AUGE - VAUVILLE 2978 just North of the village of HEULAND.
1944 – 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion (Normandy):-
0900 - In view of weather coys move their men into buildings together with stores. Amendments 2, 3 and 4 finally received from O2E as special favour. No further news of future.