1815 -1st Bn. 52nd - left Plymouth for the Waterloo campaign.
1918 - 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Moved forward to AVELUY WOOD. (France)
1.40AM – Several shells into bivouac caused the regiment to withdraw about 500 yards clear of it, towards BEAUSSART, whence permission was given to move about 7AM to Beltham Camp (P.17.b) where the Regiment at short notice, with several alarms, spent a miserably cold and uncomfortable day. Very little rest obtainable.
8PM – Ordered to move forward in support of a brigade of the 12th Division about MARTINSART: moved via MAILLY-MAILLET - ENGLEBELMER – MARTINSART to AVELUY Wood, there relieving a battalion of the Royal Marine Light Infantry (63rd (Royal Naval) Division.
Quiet night followed by a stormy morning.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshireBattalion – BUSIAGO, VECCHIA & COCCHE. (Italy)
Ration Strength: 39 Officers 799 OR.
1918 - 2/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - To LE QUESNIL. (France)
Prepared defences of LE QUESNIL, & took up position at 3.p.m.
At 10 p.m. the Battalion was relieved by FRENCH troops, embussing at MEZIERES, and being pushed up to MARCELCAVE at 4 a.m.
Casualties- Lt. Col. H.E. de RWETHERALL, D.S.O. Wounded.
1918 - 5th (S) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - To REMY. (France)
Battn marches to REMY, there joining transport.
No billets. Men sleep in open, Officers in school.
1945 - 2nd (AB) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – BRAMBERGHOF.(North West Europe)
All day at BRAMBERGHOF.
Strength of coy's, several more glider loads having turned up, in addition to transport parties is as follows:- "A" 4 & 76 "B" 2 & 62 "C" 3 & 67 "D" 3 & 76 "S" 6 & 96.
The day gave an opportunity for a bit of rest & maintenance.
In the afternoon the Cameronians arrived once more to take over from us.
We had to remain at an hours notice to move, but owing to the crowding of the roads, the move was repeatedly postponed.