Michael Zomber’s Passion For Arms and Peace

If have a question about antique arms or Japanese samurai swords, Michael Zomber is your man. Internationally recognized as an expert, a collector and a dealer, Zomber has 40 years of experience and a passion for passing on his extensive knowledge. He has appeared on the History Channel shows many times as an expert on arms.

Soul of the Samurai, directed by Michael Zomber, is a must-see documentary for anyone interested in samurai history and traditions. The film is produced by Renascent Films, which was started by Zomber and his wife Andrea. Samurai enthusiasts will also enjoy Zomber’s novels titled Shogun Iemitsu: War And Romance In 17th Century Tokugawa Japan and Jesus and the Samurai. As a filmmaker and an author, Michael Zomber is an amazing storyteller while remaining historically accurate.

Surprisingly, for someone whose life’s work revolves around arms, Zomber avidly supports charities that promote peaceful means to resolve conflicts. His support of the Randolph Bourne Institute, a nonpartisan organization devoted to giving anti-war activists a voice, is commendable, as is Zomber’s support of Amnesty International and Doctors Without Borders.

Facebook shows Zomber lives with his wife and two children outside of Philadelphia. He spent time in prison for a crime he did not commit. Exonerated at last, Zomber went on with his life.  Visit his official website for Michael’s full story.