1778 - 52nd - engaged at Freehold, New Jersey. (American War of Independence)
1814 – 52nd – 1st Bn 52nd arrived at Plymouth on termination of the Peninsula War.
1914 – “A bloke called Archie Duke shot an Ostrich because he was Hung(a)ry”
1919 –1st Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – NORTH RUSSIA.
2130 - 2 – 4.5 Howitzers 4th Russian Field Howitzer Battery & 2 – 3.7 Howitzers 55th Mountain Battery R.F.A. left by road to join Divina Force.
River VAGA now too shallow for traffic, Routine Boat ceases to run.
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – BREVILLE.
Commando units recce'd the posn with a view to taking it over in the event of the Regiment being ordered to move.
The RHQ officers enjoyed the luxury of something resembling a mess for the first time since D day.
The mortars enjoyed a good shoot against a German working party moving in the area of LONGUEMARE at 1230 hrs and also ranged for the Commandos "party" arranged for tomorrow morning.
A Coy sent out patrols.