1806 – 52nd – 1st Bn 52nd left Plymouth for service in Sicily where it remained until 1808.
1915 - 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – BATTLE OF LOOS; attack made by 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI at Givenchy (casualties, 9 Officers and 226 men);
1915 - 5th Bn OXF & BUCKS LI - attacked Bellewarde Farm, Ypres
(casualties, 13 Officers and 463 men).
1919 –1st Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – NORTH RUSSIA.
28 officers & batmen embarked on Braemar Castle for U.K.
Ferry bringing Booth back from Archangel to Bakharitza was sunk in mid stream by Tug “Roysterer”. Booth hung onto the rudder of the Roysterer and stayed there, in spite of having a Russian clinging to his neck, until picked up by the Cyclops. Returned to camp in the afternoon quite alright.
Heavy kit moved down to the quay by lorry and stacked in a shed.
Since arriving at BAKHARITZA Regiment has been paid out, £10 per officer, £3 per W.O. and £2 per other rank.
Everything ready for embarkation.
Large Fatigue parties have to be found daily to finish loading ships sailing for U.K.
About 50 men are on Guard day and night. Russians mounted guard in conjunction with us from 24th. Very jumpy and have orders to fire at anything moving after 8 p.m.
Our men ordered to remain in doors after 8 p.m.
1919 –2nd Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – CORK, IRELAND.
2nd Lieut. Forbes for dispersal, and next day Lieuts. Perkins and Kirk.
1939 – 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – COLCHESTER.
On the 25th of the month the Regiment got orders to move,
1944 – 1ST AIRBORNE DIVISION – ARNHEM 75
The situation has become hopeless.
A mere eleven percent of the supplies dropped by the Royal Air Force has fallen within the perimeter.
The troops are exhausted by lack of food, water and sleep. There is very little ammunition.
The crossing of the Polish Parachute Brigade which had dropped near Driel has become a failure dew to a shortage of boats. Only about 350 men reach Oosterbeek.
The attack by the 4th Battalion of the Dorset Regiment on Westerbouwing heights during the night of 25th September ends in disaster.
The following evening the withdrawal takes place under heavy German fire.
1946 – 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – AUSTRIA.
Lieut General Sir John Harding, K.C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., Commanding 13 Corps, visited the Regiment.
1957 - 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI (43rd & 52nd) – CYPRUS.
2nd Lieut. K. J. Smith and 2nd Lieut. C. E. W. Jones took part as umpires in Exercise Kestrel, a beach-landing exercise carried out by the Royal Berkshire Regiment.
1958 - 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI (43rd & 52nd) – CYPRUS.
Captain R. M. Colvile rejoined the Regiment and was posted to Headquarter Company.
2nd Lieut. R. M. Formby left the Regiment for National Service Release.
Twenty-five ORs joined the Regiment as reinforcements.
1959 – 1st GREEN JACKETS (43rd & 52nd) – JELLALABAD BKS, TIDWORTH
The barracks was inspected by the District Hygiene Representative.
1963 – 1st GREEN JACKETS (43rd & 52nd) –BRUNEI.
A detachment from "C" Company commanded by Captain N. W, Gibson took part in a parade in honour of the Sultan of Brunei's Birthday.