The love and passion for history have led Michael Zomber to collect arms and armor for more than 40 years. He does not keep the history for himself. Instead, he has been sharing it with Americans. Zomber has had the quest to maintain the history and tell the story of guns and other firearms.
The history maker and conserver mainly collect Japanese Samurai weapons and Bushido weapons. He also collects swords and armor. With the years he has been collecting the weapons, Mike has extended his collection to European and Islamic arms and armor. Learn more about Michael Zomber: https://about.me/mzomber
Zomber is so passionate about gun collection and knows well that its collection is of great value and those who love history appreciates it. His collection is a clear indication of how technology had advanced and pushed the world to a whole new level regarding firearms.
The historian has a website which has opened an opportunity for people to see the collection and the advancement of the weapons. The site attaches an arm and its history including where it has been collected and its use.
According to White Pages, Michael Zomber is featured on a TV series “Tales of the Guns.” He has also been a guest on several programs including; Million Dollar Guns, Guns of the famous, and Guns of the Orient. Zomber is not only a history maker, but he is also a philanthropist who supports and promotes peacemaking organizations such as Doctors without Borders, UNICEF, and other NGOs.
His enthusiastic support for the peacemaking groups is due to his knowledge of the conflict the weapons he collects cause. Mike is originally from Washington DC but lives in Philadelphia with his lovely wife and his two children.
Michael Zomber can well be described as a storyteller who does not only collects arms but has also written several scripts including; a child of the civil war, Jesus and the Samurai, Betsy that’s me, Shogun Iemitsu, and Soul of SamuraI which is a documentary he produced with his wife.
After graduating from high school, Mike went to pursue English Literature at the UCLA, and he graduated with honors. His e ducat ion has helped write several books both fiction and non-fiction.