1811 – 43rd & 52nd - Battle of Fuentes d'Onor (Peninsula)
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – BOIRY ST MARTIN.
The 2/52nd Regiment less its Headquarters and the greater part of X Coy (2Lt F W Taylor) still under isolation, rejoined the Regiment and were billeted for the night in Berles-au-Bois.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – ASIAGO PLATEAU.
Very Quiet day and very little hostile shelling.
B and D Coys working on trench improvement. A and C Wiring strong points on S. SISTO RIDGE.
Line held by Outposts.
Patrol sent out by B Coy to investigate enemy wire H.775.550 .
D Coy Patrol pushed out and occupied MIDWAY HOUSE H.725.508 to encounter with enemy.
Outposts withdrawn at 3am under orders from Brigade.
Ration Strength: 32 Officers 727 OR. Casualties: NIL
1944 – 6th Oxf & Bucks LI attack THAYGONBAUNG (Battalions first attack) (5th/6th May)
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Germany.
Lieutenant-Colonel F. H. Howard, M.C., re-assumed command of the Regiment on return from leave.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Bad Kleinen
The remainder of 'A' Coy have been sent back to reinforce the platoon at WITTENBERG where a P.W. cage has been formed.
One platoon of 'B' Coy and one of 'C' Coy are now billeted in the game keepers lodge in the woods south of the village.
They are responsible for the control of the civilians camped in this area - estimated at about 10,000.