1885 - 43rd - left wing reached Quetta (Baluchistan).
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – Near ROCLINCOURT
The composite Battalion under Lt Col Crosse, was finally relieved by a battalion of the Composite Brigade (Lt Col H A Vernon D.S.O. 60th Rifles) and the regiment proceeded on Relief to the dugouts in the Old German and British front lines.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – HAMEL. MONS EN CHAUSSEE - ESTREES EN CHAUSSEE
Battn in Billets. – Companies at work improving Billets.
The following ORs are awarded the Military Medal for Gallantry and devotion to Duty in the attack on TOMBOIS FARM on April 16th 1917.
265405 SGT WOODHAMS S T H
265296 PTE CROSS H
266961 PTE HERBERT A
267533 PTE SEWARD F G
Weather: Fine & Warm.
Ration Strength 24 Officers 570 OR
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Germany NWE
The Regiment left Gyhum (0515) at 1340 hrs. in troop-canying vehicles and moved along the Reichsautobahn to the cross-roads at 316311, thence through Tostedt (3122), Trelde (3726), Liillau (4523), Jesteburg (4825) and Hanstedt (5220) to Quarrendorf (5322), which was reached at 1640 hrs. and where the Regiment moved into comfortable farmhouses before crossing the River Elbe.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Nostorf 9438 Germany
D Coy in the lead, the Regiment marched unopposed via BUKHAUSEN to NOSTORF, arriving at about 0400 hrs.
196 P.O.W. came in during the day, or were rounded up in the neighbouring farms & woods.