1857 – 52nd – took part in Siege of Delhi (Indian Mutiny).
1914 - 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI disembarked at Boulogne.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LE PREOL.
2/Lt J D Grover, Signal Officer, proceeded for attachment to Headquarters 2/Signal Company Royal Engineers with a view Qualifying for seconding to the Army Signal Service.
The regiment was relieved by 2nd Bn Highland Light Infantry and proceeded to the position of the Support Battalion distributed as under:-
A Coy Village Line & Support Line South of Bethune to La Bassee Road.
D Coy in Support Line Bethune to La Bassee Road to Junction of Esperante with Marylebone Trenches.
C Coy thence to the Canal.
B Coy North of the Canal in Orchard and Cambridge Terraces and Gunner Siding.
During the period 14-19 the regiment was employed on various working and carrying parties, most unsatisfactorily administered.
Casualties: Wounded = 4.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – DAMBRE CAMP (B27d)
Repeated practise attack of previous day during morning.
Ration Strength 22 Officers 806 OR
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – LE MESNIL.
No.8 (MMG) Pl carried out an indirect fire shoot on to suspected enemy res posns and rest areas. The enemy reacted by mortaring the Dutchmen on our left. The Mortar Pl put down harassing fire on to the enemy rear areas as well as the usual Bde counter-mortar concs.
1944 – 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – OUISTREHAM -Normandy
AM - Normal routine. No infm can be obtained as to the likelihood of further drafts in the near future. 'A' Coy move in with 'D' Coy.
PM - Shelling commences again. No damage or casualties. Mortar bomb causes damage in Carrier Pl area. Landed close to 2IC Pl and 2 Sjts. One Sjt (L/S Smith R.) committed to hospital, other two minor wounds, remain with Bn on duty.
2350 - Notified by 1 Corps that Bn is to move to CRESSERONS Map ref 042793.