1810 – Skirmish near Martagao during retreat towards Busaco (Peninsula).
1914 – 7th (S)Bn OXF & BUCKS LI - formed at Oxford and moved to camp at Codford St. Mary (Wilts).
1914 – 2nd BUCKS Bn officially recognised as separate unit (2/1 BUCKS).
1919 –1st Bn, OXF & BUCKS LI – NORTH RUSSIA.
“CZAR” came in at 4 p.m. Regiment less “D” Coy. and 239 T.M.B. embarked at 5.30 p.m. All baggage on board by 8 p.m.
Ship is full of Naval ranks and ratings and accommodation allotted to the Regiment is absurdly small and sufficient for 400 men. Adjustments being made.
Most of the men sleep on deck for the night.
Each man has four blankets but owing to lack of space, kits had to be put in the hold.
Heard we are going all the way in the “CZAR” not putting in at MURMANSK.
“D” Coy. remained on shore and took up positions all round the Bakharitza compound to cover the withdrawal. They are to embark by tug from Archangel Friestan early tomorrow. Officers Guard posted over the Gangways of the “CZAR” from 6 p.m. by orders of General Grogan.
1939 – 4th (TA) Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – NEWBURY.
On the 26th September the G.O.C. 48th Division, Major-General F. G. Roberts, V.C., D.S.O., O.B.E., paid a short visit to the Battalion and inspected H.Q. and A Companies' billets.
1944 – 1ST AIRBORNE DIVISION – ARNHEM 75
During the evening the withdrawal takes place under heavy German fire.
Boats of the British and Canadian engineers ferry about 2500 men across the Rhine.
'Market-Garden' is over.
1958 - 1st Bn OXF & BUCKS LI (43rd & 52nd) – CYPRUS.
Lieut. K. J. Smith completed a Messing Officers' Course.
1959 – 1st GREEN JACKETS (43rd & 52nd) – JELLALABAD BKS, TIDWORTH
A dance was held in the officers' mess.
All serving officers in the Regiment in England were invited and numbers attending were eighty-five.
1965 – 1st GREEN JACKETS (43rd & 52nd) – MONTGOMERY BKS, BERLIN.
Major W. S. C. Chevis rejoined the Regiment as second-in-command.