1814 – 43rd and 52nd – Quartered near Toulouse. (Peninsula)
1885 – 2nd Bn Oxf LI – Summer Clothing taken into wear, viz:- Khaki Drill; Helmets with puggarees, but without plates.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI
The enemy bombarded all the posts all the day with H.E. and shrapnel.
Casualties: Wounded 2
1917 - 15th/16th APRIL 1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI
B and D Coys were relieved by 17th Royal Fusiliers and were brought back to dugouts in Sunken Road between the railway Embankment and the Sugar Factory.
Two platoons of C Coy relieved two platoons of A Coy and part of the line held by 63rd (Royal Naval) Division on our Right.
The remainder of these two Coys were in Support round the Sugar factory.
The enemy bombardment was particularly heavy this night.
Casualties: Killed 1. Wounded 10. Missing 1.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – E29b64
Battn relieved 1/5GLOSTERS- left subsection from MALASSISE FARM (excl) to cross tracks F17c28 (incl) –
Disposition – two Coys in outpost line - B Coy on left - C Coy on Right - A coy in BASSE BOULOGNE. D Coy about F.8.c.2.7. Bn HQ about E.13.c.5.9.
1/4 R BERKS on right. 1/5 R WARWICKS on left.
Very dark night delayed relief which was not complete until 1am.
Quiet night. Enemy searchlight very active.
Received orders that Battn was to attack TOMBOIS FARM tomorrow night.
Ration Strength 20 officers 635 OR
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 15th the Regiment took up a flank defensive role in the area of Neddenaverbergen (0977). The next day they moved forward to Weitzmtthlen (0581) and received orders for a night attack from Kirchlinteln (0684) to Verden (0081).
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - NWE Celle
Todays activities entirely dependent upon the progress of the 15th Division in the advance to UELZEN. Owing to cratering of the main road & stubborn resistance in the town, we were unable to move up the axis until the afternoon, & even then progress was slow. We eventually took over the village of NETTELKAMP (9179) from the 9th. Bn. Cameronians. The Regiment did not arrive until about 2000 hrs. There had been considerable fighting in the area the previous night & during the day & it was known that P.G. troops were in the vicinity. Patrols eastwards & North East during the night made no contact however.
1953 - 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI (43rd & 52nd) - Empire Ken left Port Said for England.