1885 - 43rd - left wing reached Quetta (Baluchistan).
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI.
Captain E H Whitfeld MC Adjutant to England on 14 days special leave of absence.
The Regiment was relieved by the 24th (S) Bn Royal Fusiliers and withdrew to the position of Reserve Battalion as previously occupied. The relief was effected without incident save that soon after 9PM as the party of Guides, Captain C T Chevallier and about 18 Other Ranks were leaving Regimental Headquarters to proceed to the point of meeting the relieving battalion (a bridge of the COJEUL River) near Boisleux-au-Mont Station, they came under a very unpleasant burst of shelling, the first shell of which killed 3 and wounded 7 of the guides. This caused some confusion but luckily not much delay as the relieving battalion had occupied this line before and in spite of the extreme darkness of the night was able to find its way with a less number of guides, into its positions. For his very fine work in tending the wounded, 19156 Pte Mount, a Regimental Scout and one of Headquarters Guides was subsequently awarded the Military Medal.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – PRIA DEL ACQUA.
Coys working on Billets, and practising hill climbing.
2nd LT CURRAM to Hospital Sick.
CAPT P L WRIGHT & LIEUT BRIGHTMAN proceeded on Italian Leave.
Ration Strength: 33 Officers 732 OR. Casualties: 3 OR to Hospital - sick.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Germany NWE
The Regiment left Gyhum (0515) at 1340 hrs. in troop-canying vehicles and moved along the Reichsautobahn to the cross-roads at 316311, thence through Tostedt (3122), Trelde (3726), Liillau (4523), Jesteburg (4825) and Hanstedt (5220) to Quarrendorf (5322), which was reached at 1640 hrs. and where the Regiment moved into comfortable farmhouses before crossing the River Elbe.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Nostorf 9438 Germany
D Coy in the lead, the Regiment marched unopposed via BUKHAUSEN to NOSTORF, arriving at about 0400 hrs. 196 P.O.W. came in during the day, or were rounded up in the neighbouring farms & woods.