Michael Zomber is known for collecting weaponry that was used by the previous generations. In this way, he is a historian and his endeavors in the collection these arms is a way of preserving the history of the people who used them. He shared some of the different types of guns he has collected with the American History Channel in Tales of a gun series. Some of the guns include are Guns of the Orient and Automatic Pistols. Mr. Zomber also possesses a lot of knowledge on the popular Japanese Samurai swords. Michael has been involved in many interviews where he talks about his collections, his publications and the films he has been involved in creating.
As a filmmaker, he has written more than a dozen screenplays. Being an author he has written a couple of historical novels. The novels include; Sweet Betsy That’s Me: A child of the Civil War, Shogun lemitsu and Jesus and the Samurai. These books are available in print and also online you can get them on Amazon. He produced the popular documentary Soul of the Samurai with his wife, Andrea. Michael Zomber, being a historian knows the atrocities that were brought about by these weapons in the past. He advocates for peace and love globally and supports NGO’s that foster peace like Amnesty International, Global Exchange and Doctors without Borders.
Mr. Zomber was born in Washington D.C He has a degree in English Literature and Psychology and also a masters degree in English literature from UCLA. He is married to his wife, Andrea and together they have two children Christopher and Gabriella. Michael supports various philanthropic organizations including Antiwar.com and the Randolph Bourne Institute. These organizations advocate for free speech for anti-war movements as the local media houses may not be as efficient in promotion of peace.
The unifying factor with RBI is that people of all the political affiliations, be it leftist, right or libertarian can all come together. He also supports Disabled American Veterans. This ensures that the military men and veterans who sacrificed for the country in war do not suffer in poverty. Michael also supports the efforts of The Smiley Train. This organization provides free cleft surgery and related treatment for children would not have had it done due to financial strain. The treatments enable these kids to do things that they would never have done if they remained with their conditions. Check out his production company’s website to see more of what Michael has done, and continues to accomplish.