1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – BRAY TO LES QUATRE VENTS.
The Regiment marched via ANZIN – ST CATHERINES ( a suburb of ARRAS) to a camp about LES QUATRE VENTS and way between ARRAS and ROCLINCOURT, there relieving the 2nd South Staffordshire Regiment, 6th Infantry Brigade.
During the period May 18th to 23rd both dates inclusive the Regiment found working and road mending parties to the extent of about 200 men per 24 hours.
2Lt W H Seale on appointment to a permanent commission joined for duty.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – OUTPOST LINE (RESERVE) (57C NE).
Outpost Line (Reserve) – The day passed quietly the enemy ARTILLERY not so active.
Various movements of the enemy were observed.
The Battn was relieved at Night by the 5th GLOUCESTERS and moved to the RESERVE LINE by PLATOONS.
Relief complete by MIDNIGHT.
A Coy at J 20 C 8.7
C Coy at J 20 C 5.7
B Coy at J 20 C 6.8
D Coy at J 17 B 0.6
Battn HQ J 20 C 8.7
Weather: Fine and Warm.
Ration Strength: 22 Officers 581 OR.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Bad Kleinen
Leaving LUNEBURG at 0400 hrs, we were taken in TCV's to an airfield near CELLE.
The unit transport under Maj. P.K. Everett was left at LUNEBURG, whence it will start on its journey to ANTWERP.
At the airfield there was considerable delay & eventually about half the Regiment took off in Dakota aircraft, landing at Greenham Common near NEWBURY, where trucks were waiting to take us to BULFORD.
1948 - A.C.I. 368 received amalgamating the 43rd and the 52nd.