1815 - Capitulation of Paris.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LEFT BATTALION FRONT.
The Regiment relieved the 2nd Bn Highland Light Infantry in the Left Battalion Front after dark, the relief was effected without incident.
Companies were disposed as under:-
Right Front - A Coy
Left Front - D Coy
Support - B Coy
Reserve - C Coy
The usual inter company reliefs to be carried out after 4 days in these positions.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – GRUMO & CEREDA.
All Companies Platoon Training. Weather still very sultry.
MAJ GEN SIR H.B. WALKER K.C.B., D.S.O. paid his first visit to the Battalion in the Morning.
Ration Strength: 28 Officers 715 OR. Casualties: NIL.
1923 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – (shorncliffe) The Battalion furnished a Guard of Honour of 100 rank and file with the band and buglers under Captain J. E. H. Neville, M.C., Lieut. K. S. Jefferson, and Lieut. C. A. Sawyer, with the King's Colour, on the occasion of the unveiling of the Statue of Sir John Moore and of the opening of Memorial Hall (an Officers' library) by H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught. The Non-Commissioned Officers lined the inside of the enclosure.
His Royal Highness was much gratified by the Guard of Honour, and he told the Colonel Commandant several times that he was very pleased to see such a smart and steady lot of men.
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – BREVILLE.
At 0145 hrs Lt Bulford with an ambush patrol shot up a suspected enemy post at hedge junc 144744 but was unable to ascertain what casualties he had inflicted. It has been a fine day and most of the mud has dried up. The enemy shelled and mortared our posns during the day but we suffered no casualties. Lt Scott went out on patrol with two of 'C' Coy and shot one of the enemy - the first for a long time. Coys have been sending sections at a time for short marches around the Div area - this has made a pleasant change from life in and around a slit trench.