1810 - The Light Division - at Valle (Portugal) went into winter quarters opposite the French Army under Marshal Massena
1812 – Light Division - Retreat from Salamanca continued; after a nights bivouac in flooded land, continued march knee deep in water.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – PREUX-AU-SART to DOUZIES.
Lt G E Pearson evacuated to hospital, sick.
2Lt E C Simmons, 2Lt R H Dalblac, 2Lt Plaistow reported for duty and were posted to A, C, B Coys respectively.
The Regiment Companies in order D, HQ, C, B, A Coys marched as part of the Fourth Army and Army of Occupation from PREUX-AU-SART at 09.00hrs for DOUZIES, the route being:- GOMMEGNIES – AMFROVILLE – BERMERIES – BAVAY – LA LONGUEVILLE.
Billets were reached just before 1400hrs and dinners were had on arrival.
Slight snow fell at times.
Traffic congestion and the slow rate of marching of the column caused considerable checks. No one fell out on the march.
During the afternoon Major General H R Davies CB visited the Regiment.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – MAGLIO.
Coys Training. Squad & Coy Drill mainly.
Training in future to be 3 hours daily in Morning. Recreation in Afternoon.
2LT P T HERBERT rejoined from Hospital.
Ration Strength: 23 Officers 626 OR. Casualties 10 OR Hospital.
1918 – 1/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – MAGLIO.
Battalion paraded for inspection by Brigade Commander.
At 9.50 am Companies marched on to their markers, on the Bn parade ground, HQ Coy on the right.
Bn formed up in Company column.
The inspection was very thorough, and the Brigade Commander made a close examination of both fighting and administrative sections.
He expressed himself satisfied with the turnout of the men.
1918 - 2/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - CAMBRAI .
Battalion parade in morning and company training.
Baths in afternoon.