1813 - The Light Division engaged with the Army near the Pass of Vera, forcing the mountainous frontier of Spain and France, moved out silently at night from its camp and got into position within 300 yards of the French redoubt on the heights of La Petite Rhune, and surprised the enemy.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LE NOUVEAU MONDE.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - IN THE LINE.
Four Patrols during night of 8th-9th. No enemy encountered.
A Fairly Quiet day a good many shells fired at the QUARRIES.
The Bn was relieved during the evening by 6th R. WARWICKSHIRE REGT.
Relief not complete till 8pm.
The Bn had dinners on ARRAS – LENS Rd on arrival there, and Coys marched back independently to LE PENDU CAMP (F.1.a.2.9), the last Platoon arriving about 5am. It poured with rain and every one was very tired after 8 days in trenches, followed by a 12 mile march, of which at least 3 miles were in trenches.
1917 – 2/1st Bucks Bn (TF) Oxf & Bucks LI – To trenches – Chemical Works (Arras).
1917 – 2/4th (TF) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – To trenches – Chemical Works (Arras).
1917 – 7th (S) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – moved to Tertre Vert Camp (Salonika)