Michael Zomber: Samurai Historian

Michael Zomber is a true historian collecting data that is analyzed to help us in our present and future. Zomber is passionate about Japanese Samurai. In fact, he has been collecting antique arms and armor for more than 40 years. Michael Zomber was born in Washington D.C and received his bachelor’s degree with honors in English Literature and Psychology. He also received his master’s degree in English Literature from UCLA.

Michael Zomber’s passion for history has led him to preserve and protect history. He collects and sells antique weaponry with emphasis on the artistry of the craftsmanship. In addition to his collections, he has wrote numerous historical books. One book in particular is Jesus and the Samurai: The Shining Religion and the Samurai. The book tells a story with facts drawn from ancient and modern sources about Japanese Christians being faced with execution for openly practicing their faith at the close of the 16th century. Other books he’s written include: Five-Shogun Lemitsu, A Son of Kentucky, That’s Me, Park Avenue, and Sweet Betsy.

Zomber also has documentaries on The History Channel, where he talk about antique firearms such as determining what antique firearms are worth, where to purchase them, and history of these antique guns.

Michale Zomber is a wealth of knowledge who is passionate about giving insightful information about the history of antique firearms. Certainly, he is invaluable to the history community as he provides a unique perspective to a particular time in history. Indeed, Zomber continues to find new avenues to engage with his audience and shows just why he is one the greatest historians to date.