1810 - 2nd Bn. 52nd marched from Chatham to London, to assist in quelling riots.
1915 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - In Trenches near FETUBERT
A very quiet period.
On 2 whole days no shelling whatever by enemy.
Some successful sniping on our front on several occasions: one rifle with telescope and one with magnifying sights (both private) found very useful.
The new line of breastwork towards Section B.3. completed by hurdle work.
3 Coys of 19th London Regiment (TF) shared duties with us in breastwork.
Casualties: Wounded 1.
1915 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – METEREN
Bn under instruction of 12th Bde.
A Coy into trenches at night with Lancashire Fusiliers.
C Coy with Essex Regt.
B Coy instructed during day by 2/ Monmouth Regt in billets & trench digging.
D Coy instructed in billets by Kings Own Regt in billets by RE in rear trenches-
D Coy 1 man wounded Afterwards died of wounds (Pte William Holland)
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 8th the Regiment had the task of protecting the main route of the corps axis of advance.
1945 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - NWE Frille
Deserters who came in early were from a Battle Group which they say now retired to RUSBEND The tracked vehicles heard last night, they say, were the rearguard & have now gone.
1100 - D Coy supported by the Light Regiment, mortars & MMG's put in an attack on FRILLER BRINK & HEINRICHS TEICH 8716, followed by A Coy. No opposition.
After a wait in FRILLE were marched off at 1500 hrs & marched to WINZLAR arriving late & tired. No operational role, the Para Brigades being up to the line of the River LEINE.
1949 - 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI (43rd & 52nd)- The Regiment disembarked at Harwich at 0900 hours. Arrived Warren Camp, Crowborough, Sussex.