1791 - 52nd - took part in the storming of Savendroog in India. Whilst the Grenadier and Light Infantry Companies mounted the breach the band of the regiment played “Britons strike home”.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – CAMBRAI SECTOR
December 21st-26th.- In the position of Support Battalion to the Left Brigade of the 2nd Division.
C Company was kept off working parties for 48 hours in order to make shelters, as the accommodation was very bad.
Weather cold and dry; snow on the ground.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - S CROCE BIGOLINA.
All Coys Training during the Morning.
Rain fell heavily all afternoon.
Commanding Officer and Adjutant went to RUBBIO (about 7km NW of BASSANO) to reconnoitre trench line immediately WEST of RUBBIO to a point immediately SOUTH of FONTANELLE.
CAPT E N C WOOLERTON sent to hospital with Sprained Ankle.
Ration Strength: 29 Officers 843 OR
Casualties 1 OR to hospital – sick.