TJ Linzy is a historian who focuses on the history of military honor, the laws of war, the Cold War, and the American Indian wars. He holds a Masters and a PhD from the King's College London, War Studies department in London. He also serves as the Second Cavalry Association's historian.
Linzy is a veteran of the US Army. From 1988 to 1991, he was a member of the Second Cavalry that was actively engaged in ending the Cold War and the First Persian Gulf War. After leaving the army, he stayed in Europe for 20 years and had a career working for technology companies, such as Amazon.com, lastminute.com, IBM, Last.fm, Ebay, Skype, Belkin, and Spotify. He has worked in Asia, Africa, Europe and South America, as well as the USA. Linzy lives in Nevada with his wife and children.
Linzy believes good, quality history should be accessible to more people. He plans to fill the gap between poorly sourced popular history and overly narrow academic history. His goal is to write Clear, Concise, and Correct™ histories. "The Paiute War of 1860: A Concise History" is his first book. A concise history of the Nez Perce War of 1877 is his second book. Linzy is currently at work on a book about military honor.