1822 – 43rd – Left Ireland for Gibraltar.
1901 – 2nd Bn OXF LI – 947 new rifles (Lee Enfield Mark 1*) received for re-armament of the Regiment to replace the Lee-Metford Mark 1* issued in 1893.
1916 - 6th Bn OXF & BUCKS LI - heavily engaged Battle of Guillemont (Somme);
1919 –1st Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – NORTH RUSSIA.
0110 - Dvina forces 0800 received cancelling 0784. All Russian troops to be concentrated at BERESNIK by 1800 4th.
0235 - 0804 received one 3 inch gun despatched UST VAGA to cover approaches
1030 - Orders received for whole “B” Coy 46th R.E. to be concentrated at UST VAGA.
1145 - Lt. Gibbons and 1 platoon “C” Coy. left by left bank road for KOSLOVO from UST VAGA.
1300 - 2 platoons “B” Coy. 46th R.F. sent down to UST VAGA by PINEGAR.
1640 - Hd. Qrs. & No 8 Coy. 46th N.R.R. marched from UST VAGA to BERESNIK.
1730 - No. 7 Coy. N.R.R. 1st Russian Field Battery with 4 18-pdrs and 53 horses marched from left bank opposite SELTSO to UST VAGA.
N.B. Russian troops on Dvina and Vaga have gone back to take up a line at NIKOLSKAYA about 15 Versts S of EMETSKOE.
0630 - A SAILOR OFFICER ARRIVED TO CHOSE A SITE FOR MINE LAYING.
Point selected between SELTSO and KOSLOVO left at 1000 hrs.
3.09.19. CAPT MEADE’S DETACHMENT.
1500 - Company embarked and arrived SKELETSKOE 0730 4th.
1919 –2nd Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – CORK, IRELAND.
Major H. L. Wood took over his own Company (D). Lieut. G. P. B. de Pass, on arrival, was attached to A Company, and Lieut. J. Burns to C Company.
The following S.R. officers received orders to embark to join the Armies of the Black Sea on 7th inst. :--
Major A. V. Spencer, D.S.O., Captain C. A. Fowke, M.C, Lieut. R. L. McConnell, Lieut. W. A. Ramsay, Lieut. W. A. Cox, Lieut. H. V. Smith, Lieut. H. Vaughan, Lieut. F. W. Taylor, Lieut. F. J. Stephens.
(Orders cancelled on 25th September and the officers demobilized.)
1939 – Great Britain declares war on Germany.
1939 – 4th (TA) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – OXFORD.
By 0900 hrs. on the 3rd September thirty officers and five hundred and sixty-six other ranks had reported. The outlying detachments at Kidmore End, Thame and Dorchester had joined their respective companies, B, C and D.
On the afternoon of the 3rd September the colours of the Battalion were handed over to the safe keeping of the Dean and Chapter of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, and were eventually hung on a pillar in the Regimental Chapel, not far from the pillar on which they were hung during the First World War, 1914-18. The colour party on this occasion consisted of Second Lieutenants J. A. R. Forster and H. C. S. T. Barrett, Serjeants H Simms and R. Wiley and Lance-Serjeant C. Sammons. An escort of fifty rank and file, under the command of Captain M. C. Wiggins, with the band and buglers, was provided by H.Q. and D Companies.
1946 – 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – AUSTRIA.
Advance party arrived at Treviso.
1947 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – EGYPT - UK
Battalion leaves BTD Suez and embarks at Port Said on HMT Clan Lamont.
On September 3rd, 1947, the battalion now reduced to 6 officers, 2 WOIIs and 88 ORs embarked on the HMT Clan Lamont, a converted cargo boat of some 10,000 tons.
1949 – 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI (43rd & 52nd) – SOBRAON BKS, SALONIKA.
Carrier Platoon moved to Khortiatis camp in their new Oxford Carriers.
Much interest shown in these new fighting vehicles.
Mortar Platoon returned to barracks from camp.
1956 – 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI (43rd & 52nd) - CYPRUS
Lieut. B. W. Balls was granted the temporary rank of Captain.
2nd Lieut. R. W. S. Ball rejoined the Regiment from a course in England.
A draft of 10 other ranks arrived.
1958 - 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI (43rd & 52nd) – CYPRUS.
Letter ‘A’ Company assisted 34 L.A.A. Regiment R.A. in an operation at Monagroulli. Seven men were arrested.
1959 – 1st GREEN JACKETS (43rd & 52nd) – JELLALABAD BKS, TIDWORTH
A football match versus 27 Command Workshops R.E.M.E. was won 15—0.
2nd Lieut. R. P. Radcliffe was appointed officer i/c cycling.
1962 - 1st GREEN JACKETS (43rd & 52nd) – MINDEN BKS, PENANG, MALAYA.
Lieut.-Colonel H. J. Sweeney, m.c., reassumed command of the Regiment.