Meet Lucy Betteridge-Dyson from 48 Hours to Victory!

Lucy Betteridge-Dyson is a history buff and a University of Wolverhampton MA student (History of Britain during the First World War). She is interested in the First World War and the Second World War's South-East Asian theater, the Third Arakan Campaign.

Lucy founded a group of historians called Herstory Club in 2019. She and her team intend to bring together women who have a passion for history on a social and professional level.

Dyson's current study focuses on using equines in twentieth-century combat and the true narrative of the First World Battle's real warhorse. She delves into the crucial significance of horses and mules in the British Army's plans throughout WWI.

In Lucy's presentation of British Army Horse Power in the Great War, she studies the equine experience of destruction and its consequences in natural calamities. She also investigates the many ways in which the British Army employed horses and mules.

Lucy thought about how important these creatures were in assisting military operations and bringing victory. On the other hand, the First World War was a struggle that was directly linked to scientific advancement and the industrialization of warfare.

Lucy Betteridge-Dyson is not featured on Wikipedia. But, she has a vast knowledge of the First World War historical events.

As a historian, Lucy has expertise in the military, public history, world war I and world war II in the 20th century. She has been featured with various national and local radio-TV appearances and podcasts.

Lucy worked with the BBC channel, Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Royal British Legion. She is now co-hosting a historical documentary and factual series, 48 Hours to Victory, alongside Dermot O'Leary and Arthur Williams.

What is Lucy Betteridge-Dyson Age as of 2021?

Lucy Betteridge-Dyson is probably in her 30s right now. But, there is no legit information related to her birth details.

Apart from being a historian, Lucy's hobbies are writing and broadcasting. She is also an occasional cyclist. She currently lives with her pet Bull Terrier in The High Weald.

Lucy Betteridge-Dyson Partner - Is She Married?

Lucy Betteridge-Dyson does have a partner in crime. So, she has no current flame in her personal life. 

Ms. Dyson has not confessed that she is married or not. But, it seems like she enjoys a bachelor's life without any commitments.