1790 - 52nd - took part in the storming of Cannanore. (3rd Anglo-Mysore war)
The 'Forlorn Hope' consisted of 1 Officer, 1 Sjt and 31 rank and file of the Regiment, nearly all of whom were killed or wounded.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – FRONT LINE TRENCHES.
The Regiment relieved the 2nd South Staffordshire Regiment and two companies of the 13th Essex Regiment in the front line, main line of resistance from the junction with the 99th Infantry Brigade on the right about K.9.a.65 to the Junction of KELLET WALSH and BULLEN Trenches on the left.
D Coy on the right;
C Coy on the left;
B Coy (less 1 platoon with D), Right Support;
A Coy (less 1 platoon with C), Left Support.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - VILLA DEL CONTE.
Bn paraded at 9.10am to march to new area.
Bn joined Column of Brigade Group on main PADOVA-CITADELLA ROAD at 11.15am.
Owing to possible lack of room in new area Bn was not allowed to pass 25 Kilometre Stone on above road until receipt of further orders.
Bn turned off just short of this point out of the column down a side road running EAST.
Bn had dinners while awaiting orders which were received about 12.45pm, to move forward to FONTANIVA. Here instructions were received to move to billets at S CROCE BIGOLINA (about 41/2 kms NW of FONTANIVA).
Bn arrived in rather scattered billets shortly after 4pm having marched about 11 miles.
Ration Strength 30 Officers 839 OR
Casualties 10 OR to hospital (sick)
1962 – 1st Green Jackets, 43rd & 52nd – SARAWAK.
Letter A Coy after carrying out operations with Queens Own Highlanders returned to Regimental Command.