1809 - The Light Brigade started at dawn on the famous forced march on Talavera (52 miles in 26 hours with only 17 stragglers).
1917 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – CAMBRIN.
The regimental Frontage was extended to the left (Northwards) on a re-adjustment of the line within the Centre Brigade array to the extent of 1 Coy.
The effect of this leaving our left on STIRLING SAP and giving the Regiment part of the group of brickstacks and OLD KENT ROAD TUNNEL (C Coy).
1917–1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – HOUTKERQUE.
Battn in Billets –
Battalion engaged on Individual Training.
Ration Strength: 23 Officers 908 OR.
Draft of 2 Officers and 3 Other Ranks arrived.
2/LT VAUGHAN F G, 2/LT MOYLE A T from 4th RES BATTN.
Weather: Fine and Warm.
Ration Strength: 25 Officers 911 OR
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – CHATEAU ST COME.
Our standing patrols reported a certain amount of movement between the enemy FDLs during the night. During the day enemy movement continued to be very cautious and he filled in the gaps in the hedgerows where our snipers had scored several hits previously, we did however manage to score one more hit.
At 2140 hrs 9 enemy mortar bombs landed in the Regtl H.Q. area, 6 of them were duds however and no casualties were incurred.