1853 – 52nd – Headquarters 52nd arrived at Calcutta on its second visit to India.
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – CAMBRIN.
Normal Dispositions of the Support Battalion were resumed, i.e. D Coy moved from SHAW’S CUT to the Company Area North of the Canal.
1st Lt E F SCHMITZ United States Medical Corps left the Regiment and Capt B L HUTCHENCE R.A.M.C. joined in relief.
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – LINE V 25.C 9.6 To D1d 4.7
(Ref map POELCAPELLE EDN3 1/1000)
Started leaving CANAL BANK at 6.30 pm to take over front line (Left subsection of BDE front from 1/4 OXFORDS.
Relief complete by 10.30pm.
Battn HQ at MON DU HIBOU
Left Front – D Coy Coy HQ in STROOM TR V25d12
2 Platoons CEMETERY TR (V 25C&A) & posts from there to QUEBEC FARM.
2 Platoons in Support
Right Front - A Coy Coy HQ at HUBNER FARM
3 Platoons holding Line of posts from QUEBEC FM to D1d47
1 Support platoon at D1c98
Left Support – C Coy Coy HQ at C6g84
2 Platoons in Trench C6g7535
2 Platoons in shell holes from D1a25 to D1a1585
Right Support – B Coy Coy HQ at HUBNER FARM
All Platoons around FM
11th Div on Left 1/4 R BERKS Regt on Right.
D Coy withdrawn from Left front at dawn & sent back to ALBERTA, owing to a bombardment by our heavies of concrete blockhouse at C25d19 taking place during the day.
Very Fine. Visibility Good
C Coy shelled intermittently throughout day. Also HUBNER FARM.
Front line very Quiet, with good deal of sniping at night, chiefly owing to very bright moonlight.
Patrols sent out at night by each front Coy.
D Coy took over their old positions in evening without incident.
Casualties – Other Ranks : Killed 3, Wounded 4, Wounded slightly ( ) 1
Ration Strength 25 officers 579 OR
1917 – 6th (S) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – Reached BAPAUME 8PM and marched to camp near HAPLINCOURT.
1918 - 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - Battle of the Canal du Nord.