1791 - 52nd - marched on Colar against Tippoo.
1900 - 1st Bn Oxf LI - opposite Cronje's laager.
1903 – 1st Bn Oxf LI – The Battalion paraded at 11am for the presentation of the Kings South Africa Medal to all those entitled.
1919 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – ZONS.
D Coy made up from Capt Milne’s Coy relieved a Guard of the 24th (S) Bn Royal Fusiliers over the Factory at Dormagen.
“Retreat” to be at 1700 from today, and to be sounded by the Buglers on Mondays and Fridays.
1919 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – MAGLIO.
2/LT HERBERT & 5 OR to 1/7 R WARWICK REGT for Army of Occupation.
64 OR left for Demobilisation, 2 for Re-Enlistment.
Ration Strength: 10 Officers 75 OR. Casualties: 1 OR to Hospital.
1929 – 4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - On Sunday 24th February, a Guard of Honour, with Band and Bugles, commanded by Captain R. F. Symonds, paraded at Oxford, and marched to the Town Hall, for the unveiling of the War Memorial Tablet for all ranks of the Territorial Battalions who fell in the Great War.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 24th the 1st Highland Light Infantry was ordered to capture Rottum (9339), and once that was secure the Regiment was to attack the wood at 9239 beyond it.
A Company secured the start line and D Company, left, and B Company, right, were to attack the wood.
In the darkness there was considerable confusion and the wrong wood was captured. However, a new plan was made and the correct objective was achieved without much opposition.
The Regiment proceeded to" occupy the wood. Flooded ground made digging almost impossible and heavy shell fire caused considerable casualties—forty-two in all, including Lieutenant A. F. M. Paget, D.S.O., who was mortally wounded.