1759 - 43rd - Quebec surrendered - 43rd formed part of the garrison of occupation.
1828 – 43rd – Terrible epidemic broke out in the 43rd at Gibraltar.
1857 – 52nd – at Delhi.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – LE PREOL.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – LICQUES.
All Companies Resting. Billets very scattered A Coy being more than 4 kms from C & D.
Billets quite Good and apparently not used as such before.
Country and Weather perfect.
Commanding Officer, Adj and OC Companies attend conference under Divisional Commander at GUEMY in the Afternoon.
Ration Strength 24 Officers 579 OR.
1917 – 2/1st Bucks Bn (TF) Oxf & Bucks LI – To WORMHOUDT A AREA.
1917 – 2/4th (TF) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – To WORMHOUDT A AREA.
1917 – 7th (S) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – To trenches L SECTOR (Salonika)
1944 – 1st Airborne Divisional Defence Platoon incorporating members of 2nd (AB) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI flew to ARNHEM.
Also serving with the Division were former Officers and Other Ranks of the Regiment including:-
Brigadier Lathbury (43rd) 1 Para Brigade
Major Haig (52nd) Div Provost
Major Wallis (4th Bn) 2IC 2Para Bn
Major Tatham Warter (52nd) OC A Coy 2Para Bn
Captain Moy-Thomas (52nd) Staff Captain 1 Airlanding Brigade
Captain Robson (52nd) Div GSO3
Captain Blatch (Bucks) Glider Pilot Regiment
Lieutenant Grayburn (43rd) A Coy 2Para Bn who was to win the Victoria Cross.
Lieutenant Eastwood (52nd) 21st Independent Parachute Company
A number of former 52nd soldiers were serving with Major “Freddie” Gough’s 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squadron.