1818 – The Army of Occupation in France broke up
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – REDAN SECTOR
Wet and moderately quiet.
Two parties, each of an officer and 14 others, went out in front of the Redan at 7,45 p.m., with a view to trying to get through two gaps in the enemy's wire, and taking prisoner a sentry in order to get an identification.
Owing to imperfect knowledge of the ground (they were only shown it the night before) both parties failed to find gaps, and returned with several men wounded (slight).
Casualties during the day.—5 men killed.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – LA HOUSSOYE
Battn in Billets.
Companies engaged in Physical, Drill, Bayonet Fighting.
The CO, Adjutant & Coy Commanders rode to FRICOURT & CONTALMAISON to inspect Roads.
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.