1814 - The Light Division marching from Sala towards Orthes.
1915 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - In trenches near FESTUBERT.
Practically no shelling and not much sniping.
Work continued principally in improving of small redoubts in breastwork line and construction of larger and self contained redoubts in second line on outskirts of village.
Two platoons from each company (First line) in breastworks always.
Second Lieutenant J L Johnston and 12th Reinforcement of 1 Serjeant and 29 others joined the Regiment.
Information received of the following:-
To be Brevet Colonel = Lieutenant Colonel H R Davies.
To be Brevet Major = Captain E H Kirkpatrick.
(b) Confirmed in their rank:
Second Lieutenants (on probation) C B Baker and V C Martin.
Casualties:- Wounded = 1.
1945 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 21st the 52nd was relieved and journeyed by road, train and aeroplane to England, arriving at Bulford on the 28th February.