The Greatest Historian of a Lifetime

The best career is one built out of one’s passion. You never tire to do what you love best, in the face of challenges, you never give up, and always press on until achievement of that which you so much desired. The motivation force being, it’s your passion, it’s your life, it’s what keeps you going, getting you out of bed every morning, fending for your family and hence, never have time to give up. This force is quite strong, and no man can resist it.

Michael Zomber, educated and graduated in Illinois with a degree in English and Psychology. He is a father and a husband. Alongside this, he has a great passion for history, and even bigger motivation to collect antique and preserve history. He is the most prominent expert in the weapon collection from the sixteenth to the ninetieth century. His expertise hasn’t been exceeded by anyone. His motivation in collecting the armor is to preserve history. Michael doesn’t allow anyone purchase any weaponry without knowing its use both in the past and what it can be used to do in the present and hence future upon purchase.

He connects perfectly with others like him who are interested in the preservation of history. He has owned weapons belonging to prominent leaders, e.g. George Washington, Simone Bolivar, collecting arms from Europe, America, Japan and Islamic arms. His wife is a great supporter of his work, and together they have partnered on many projects including, the formation of their film formation company; Renascent Films. Apart from collecting arms, Michael, is an author of many books, writing about; civil war buffs, the Japanese culture in his books; Shogun Iemitsu and Jesus and the Samurai, he also does a lot of history writing. Zomber is also an actor, a film maker, and a philanthropist.

It doesn’t matter how much you struggle to get where you are after all no one remembers that. All that matters is the impact you make to those around you and for the generations to come. Zomber’s work will be memorable for generations, his art of preserving history alongside the books that go along to aid in its preservation.  Read more about what Michael has done so far on CrunchBase.

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