1775 - 52nd - embarked at Boston for attack on Concord, North America.
1842 – 52nd – Arrived in Canada.
1866 – 43rd – Left Aukland, New Zealand for home.
1917 - 18th/19th APRIL 1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI
The Regiment was relieved by the 2nd South Staffordshire Regiment (6th Infantry Brigade) and withdrew to the old British and German front line dugouts.
All ranks were in a very exhausted condition and badly in need of a few days rest.
Everything possible was done by the erection of a bath house, barbers shop and shaving salon at the Transport Lines, to which men were marched by platoons on 20th and 21st.
Reliefs among officers and NCO’s were carried out with the Reserves left out of the line.
Lt Col Crosse resumed command of the Regiment on 19.4.17.
Casualties (19th): Wounded 5.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – E29b64
IN CAMP (BDE SUPPORT)
All Coys resting.
Burial party of 60 OR A Coy sent up to TOMBOIS FARM to bury dead & salvage material.
Ration Strength 17 officers 579 OR
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 18th the Regiment seized Dauelsen (0085) as a firm base for the advance of the 52nd Division on Bremen (7199). Heavily supported by heavy, medium and field guns, the battle was quickly won, only D Company having to fight a skirmish to secure its area. Later shelling damaged most of the vehicles of Regimental headquarters.
1945 -2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - NWE Katzien
Left KAHLSTORF at 0130 hrs. Route HANSTEDT - RATZLINGEN - ROSCHE, behind the Devons who very successfully did a silent dawn attack on ROSCHE. We then passed through to the village of KATZIEN (0393), which we occupied at 0900 hrs without opposition. There are enemy - chiefly recce and PzJager - troops in the woods around us but nothing in the immediate vicinity & we have been free from shelling & mortaring. Capt. F.B. Scott went on a recce patrol to POLAU (0894) where he stirred up a few enemy on the ring contour west of the village.