Historian Michael Zomber is a world renowned collector of antique, arms and armor. He is also passionate about literature and peaceful human co-existence. According to his About.me profile, Zomber has been collecting and sharing information on armory and guns for over 4 decades, a feat that has given him greater understanding and knowledge on the subjects. His expertise often delves into the happenings of the 16th to the 19th century.
Some of his favorite topics include the ancient Samurai of Japanese and more recently the American dueling pistols.
In an interview published on the Collegegrade.com, Zomber answered questions regarding his greatest life accomplishments and the other things he cares about. During the chat, Zomber said his most notable and perhaps greatest ever achievements in life was the delivery of an up-to-date customer payment product.
As the team leader of the 12 month long project, Zomber led an 8 person team in creating a World Class mobile support app for iOS devices. Besides that accomplishment, Zomber is also highly appreciative of his education and work experience. Learn more about Michael Zomber: https://www.facebook.com/Michael-R-Zomber-223753147800969/
Michael Zomber graduated from UCLA with an undergraduate and graduate degree in English and Literature, an excerpt on Creditor Weekly published on July 2016 reveals. Through his education and experience, he has written several bestselling books, including Five-Shogun Lemitsu, Jesus and the Samauri and A Son of Kentucky.
His inspiration for writing Shogun Lemitsu stems from his love for Japanese culture and history. His historical writings have done a lot to shed light on the reasons why the antique weapons are special and how they have and will influence the future.
On the audiovisual front, Zomber’s documentaries on antique firearms have featured on The History Channel. His world acclaimed documentary about Bushido or the Warrior way placed in on the map, making him one of the most respected historians around the world.
According to PR News Wire, with the support of his wife, Michael Zomber established Renascent Films, LLC to produce and market informative documentaries. Alongside hosting documentaries, producing films and writing books, Michael Zomber is a strong proponent of world peace. Some of the humanitarian organizations he supports include UNICEF and Medicines Sans Frontiers.