Michael Zomber, the historian, and antique expert has a reputation as the recognized authority to collect and transact Japanese samurai swords. Apart from collecting samurai swords, he also collects other types of antique arms from Europe, the U.S., Middle East, etc., and he has more than 40 years of collecting different types of antique arms. He sees each of the antique arms as the fingerprints of the different eras and civilizations and values it very much. It is also seen as the development of human race from Stone Age to current times, and it teaches a lot about the transformation.
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Michael Zomber is also well-known for many literature works which caught the eyebrows of critics and readers alike. It includes history novels, stories based on history and studies related to events, etc. Shogun Lemitsu, a war and romance novel based on the life of two young samurais in the 17th century gives a clear picture of Samurai and their culture. Jesus and the samurai, a concise study based on the relationship between Christianity and samurai virtues. Sweet Betsy That’s Me, a story of a Kentucky girl and the events after Civil War.
All his literature works are known for historical accuracy and detail the social and cultural mood of the society of those times. To give detailed information about samurai, Michael Zomber pictured a documentary film called “Soul of the Samurai.” The film pictured with samurai masters and historians and did full justification to the great warriors of Japan. He has a Facebook page which has frequent updates about Samurai and other historical warriors’ life and information along with his literature work details.
He is also known for his philanthropic work and efforts for peace. He is a big supporter of Amnesty International, UNICEF, Global Exchange and Doctors Without Borders. He was born in Washington D.C. and completed his graduation in English Literature and Psychology. He did his master degree in English Literature from the University of California, Los Angeles.