1818 – The Army of Occupation in France broke up
1915 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI -BETHUNE.
In billets in La Vallee area.
During this period (24th – 29th) a new system of bombing attacks was practised by all companies and the usual drills and exercises performed.
The weather was exceedingly bad, most of the ground being under water.
In consequence work was greatly interfered with.
1915– 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – COUIN
Battalion in Billets.
1941 - 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - The brigade commander (Brigadier Smyth), who had been appointed to command a brigade overseas, came to say good-bye to the Regiment. He spoke to all officers and non-commissioned officers and told them that the brigade had been chosen for conversion to an airlanding brigade in an airborne division. This division was to be commanded by Major-General F. A. M. Browning and the airlanding brigade by Brigadier G. F. Hopkinson, who had raised and commanded the G.H.Q. Reconnaissance Unit (Phantom).
1944 - The 1st Bucks Battalion moved to BRUSSELS
Here they remained until March 1945 when the battalion became one of the ' T ' Force Units of 21 Army Group.