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.
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – COIGNEUX.
Regimental Headquarters was shelled on 17th, 18th and 19th.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – BEAUVAL
Battn In Billets. –
Companies at disposal of OC Companies for interior economy.
1916 – 5th (S) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI - MONTAUBAN
1.30 AM - Read orders from 43rd Bde to connection with Guards on right. A Coy ordered to send forward platoon to make strong point on Gas Alley with Vickers. Also orders for relief.
2.25 AM - Read message from 10th D.L.I. that O.C. FLERS thought attack likely at 2 a.m.
Ordered GAP Coy’s with Vickers to Bulls Rd & D Coy from SWITCH to occupy GAP vacated & instructed GAP Coy’s to enquire from D.L.I. if they were required.
3.30 AM - Read message that GAP Coy’s not required.
Gap Coy’s returned & D Coy also withdrew.
5.0 AM - A Coy Post relieved by 13th Northumberland Fusiliers
5.30 AM - SWITCH trench relieved by 12th N. Fusiliers.
5.45 AM - 1st Lincolns having failed to relieve GAP trench explained situation to 12th N.F. & withdrew GAP Coy’s Battn bivouaced at POMMIERS Redoubt for breakfast & rest.
2.0 PM - Marched camp at F.13.b (MAP ALBERT 1/40000)
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