1813 – Light Division – Passed the Douro and encamped at Toro.
1907 – 2nd Bn Oxf LI – Mills-Burrowes equipment issued to Companies.
1915 – 1st Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI.- engaged in the capture of Turkish positions on the Tigris.
1919 –1st Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – NORTH RUSSIA. ARCHANGEL.
0930 - Battn. paraded strong as possible and to take part in “King’s Birthday” Parade and to witness presentation of the colours to the 1st Battn. SLAVO – BRITISH LEGION (DYRES).
During the presentation of colours, Grogan’s Brigade was formed up in the cathedral close. After the presentation and Royal Salute troops marched past the C in C.
2000 - Orders received for H.Q. 3 Coy’s & T.M.B. to go upstream on Tuesday 3rd June on launches.
1919 –2nd Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI
The Cadre of the Regiment arrived at Tilbury Docks from Germany, via Antwerp, composed of 7 officers and 75 other ranks:--
Captain and Brevet-Major R. B. Crosse D.S.O., Commanding.
Captain E. H. Whitfeld, M.C.
A/Captain C. R. Horley, Adjutant.
Lieut. L. E. W. O. Eullbrook-Leggatt, M.C., Demobilization Officer.
Lieut. E. K. Blyth, Signal Officer.
T/Lieut. F. Barnes, M.C., Quartermaster.
T/Captain E. J. Anderson, M.C., Education Officer.
Proceeded thence to Woolwich, via London, and was accommodated and rationed by Depot Royal Horse Artillery.
1927 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – (India) – Regimental Button taken into wear by all ranks.
1940 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI (43rd) – DUNKIRK.
We marched along the beach to the mole at Dunkirk, where we found some twenty-six casualties from a bomb. It took four hours to move four hundred yards along the mole, the men being closed up and three abreast. Once more, by the grace of God, no bombs fell on the serried ranks of the Regiment. As dawn was breaking, someone must have woken up with a start, for destroyers rushed alongside the mole and we were all doubled aboard. Many of the Regiment found themselves in H.M.S. Worcester and the remainder in the Maid of Orleans. Hostile aircraft flew over as we sailed across and received a warm reception from the ships' anti-aircraft defence. The crossing took only a few hours. The Regiment, now split up, landed at Dover and was piled anyhow into trains. We were told that we were bound for Aldershot and therefore assumed that it would be a simple matter to collect the Regiment again on arrival. As it was, at about 1900 hrs., the first train with four officers and ninety-three other ranks arrived at Porthcawl. During the night other parties arrived in the neighbourhood, but where they all went to it was impossible to find out.
The Regiment embarked nine officers and three hundred and twenty other ranks.
1944 - 1st Bucks Bn -leaves Petworth and moves to Marshalling camps north of Portsmouth.
1949 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI (43rd & 52nd) - The Regiment embarked at Southampton
in H.M.T. Dilwara for Salonika, Greece. The Regiment's strength at the time was 31 officers and 610 other ranks.