1814 – 43rd & 52nd - On the road to Toulouse in pursuit of the French Army, arrived at Mont de Marson.(Peninsula)
1917 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – PYS.
The Regiment was distributed as yesterday over the Divisional Front, with A Company on the Right, in touch with the Left of the A & NZ Corps and B Company on the Left in touch with the Right of the 18th Division (of our own II Corps) in the outskirts of PYS:
D Coy in Support in GRUNDY TRENCH and C Coy in Reserve at Regimental Headquarters in AQUEDUCT ROAD (ie the PYS – LE SARS Road).
Relieved after dark by 24th Bn Royal Fusiliers: Relief effected quickly and without incident: Night quiet, cold and misty. Distribution on reliefs:-
Headquarters, Posts in Old British Line Nos 8 & 19,
A and B Coys COULEE TRENCH.
C and D Coys BELOW TRENCH.
Salvage, burial of corpses etc carried out during the forty eight hours ending 8pm 3/4 March.
Casualties= Killed 1
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – TRENCHES.
Bn in Trenches. – Quiet day. Visibility Good. Trenches drying but still very muddy.
Relieved by 1/5TH GLOSTERS in evening. Relief took place overland & was completed by 9.15pm.
Battn marched back to BDE RESERVE in TR SOPHIE.
A, B & C Coys in TR SOPHIE. D Coy in HERBECOURT.
Total casualties during 2 days Trench Tour- 1 Officer (CAPT G R CROUCH) & 13 OR.
Ration Strength 23 Officers 695 Ors.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 1st March B Company, operating simultaneously with the 4th Royal Welch Fusiliers and the 158th Brigade, launched an attack on Graf (926387). Flooding, caused by a blown bridge, made the attack difficult, but flames were shot in by their supporting tanks and under cover of darkness the attack was successful. Later in the morning a single shell fell in A Company's area and mortally wounded Major C. G. Percy-Hardman,