1808 - 52nd with Army for protectiion of Sweden, reached Gothenburg from England.
1915 - 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – In the RICHEBOURG BREASTWORKS
At 6am following orders received.
The 2nd Division will advance to secure a junction with the 7th Division.
The 2\HLI ordered to attack North West corner of FERME DU BOIS, The Glasgow Highlanders to be in Support, the Regiment to put companies in trenches vacated by by 2\HLI.
The Regiment less 1 company in the new communication trench and a few men with the Regimental Head Quarters in German trench with 2\HLI remained in the breastwork lines all day.
The enemy shelled all day all trenches occupied by us, very heavily, the shooting on our breastworks being very accurate and destructive, and a considerable number of casualties occurred there. Some very good work was done at night by stretcher parties bringing in wounded from the front.
The Regiment was relieved soon after midnight by the 15th Sikhs and returned into temporary billets at RICHEBOURG ST VAAST.
1915 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – PLOEGSTEERT WOOD
Quiet Day. – No hostile Artillery fire at all.
Started raining 9pm.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Bad Kleinen
A small advance party under Maj. Edmunds left BAD KLEINEN early for LUNEBURG, whence they flew back to England in the afternoon. The remainder of the Regiment left later in transport, arriving at LUNEBURG at about 1800 hrs. We were accommodated for the night in the Cavalry Barracks.