1814 – 52nd – in Reserve at Night Attack on Bergen-Op-Zoom.
1875 – 52nd – The New Valise equipment invented by General Eyre was taken into wear.
1889 – Oxf LI – Army Order 136 of 1889 contained the following:-
“In consederation of the services rendered by the Oxfordshire Light Infantry (2nd Battalion, late 52nd Light Infantry) during the campaign in Southern India, 1790-92, Her Majesty the Queen has been graciously pleased to permit the Regiment to bear the distinction of MYSORE on its Colours”.
1916 - Provisional Bn (1st).-with Kut Relief Force, at attack on Dujailah Redoubt. (Mesopatamia)
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – ALBERT
Such training and drill as the weather and ground made possible was carried out.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – TRENCHES.
Bn in Trenches.
Enemy active with GRANATENWERFER during early morning, otherwise Quiet Day.
Some snow and Very Cold. Visibility Fair.
Front line Coys each sent out patrols in evening, they reported enemy holding their front line.
143 Inf Bde on Left of Divl Sector carried out raid at 9pm. Result not known.
Casualties during 24 hours – Killed 3 OR, Wounded 5 OR
Ration Strength 22 Officers 695 OR.