1759 - 43rd - Quebec surrendered - 43rd formed part of the garrison of occupation.
1828 – 43rd – Terrible epidemic broke out in the 43rd at Gibraltar.
1857 – 52nd – at Delhi.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – Near GOMIECOURT.
Companies at disposal of Company Commanders, less Lewis Gun class and reserve Signallers.
At 5.0PM 30 Officers and NCOs witnessed a TANK DEMONSTRATION at BEHAGNIES.
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – MALGA FASSA.
Coys worked on Trenches and Huts.
A and B Coys found Night Working Parties in the Picquet Line.
Ration Strength: 21 Officers 542 OR. Casualties: 1 OR to Hospital (sick).
1918 - 2/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI - To LINGHEM.
1944 – 1st Airborne Divisional Defence Platoon incorporating members of 2nd (AB) Bn Oxf & Bucks LI flew to ARNHEM.
Also serving with the Division were former Officers and Other Ranks of the Regiment including:-
Brigadier Lathbury (43rd) 1 Para Brigade
Major Haig (52nd) Div Provost
Major Wallis (4th Bn) 2IC 2Para Bn
Major Tatham Warter (52nd) OC A Coy 2Para Bn
Captain Moy-Thomas (52nd) Staff Captain 1 Airlanding Brigade
Captain Robson (52nd) Div GSO3
Captain Blatch (Bucks) Glider Pilot Regiment
Lieutenant Grayburn (43rd) A Coy 2Para Bn who was to win the Victoria Cross.
Lieutenant Eastwood (52nd) 21st Independent Parachute Company
A number of former 52nd soldiers were serving with Major “Freddie” Gough’s 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squadron.