Thomas Milton Kemnitz
Thomas M. Kemnitz, Ph.D., is the founder and president of Royal Fireworks Press. He is also a historian and the author of many books for students. He has traveled the world in his search for the truth about history, documenting his experiences with literally hundreds of thousands of photographs, many of which grace the pages of various Royal Fireworks books, especially in the MCT language arts curriculum.
During the past few years, Dr. Kemnitz has concentrated on writing about the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome to supplement the vocabulary component of the MCT language arts curriculum. He currently teaches ancient Greek and Roman history and literature in the Royal Firework Online Learning Community. Dr. Kemnitz received his B.A. in history and literature from the University of Michigan and his doctorate in history from the University of Sussex in England. He is the author of Polaris: A Guiding Star of 403 Skills for Homeschooled Children, An Issue This Nation Cannot Ignore: Barack Obama’s Speech on Race, and Milton N. Kemnitz, 1911-2005: A Memoir, which he wrote about his father. In addition, he is the editor of National Action Conference for Civil Rights, April 19-20, 1942, in which is reprinted the original conference documents created by members of the National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, who were protesting racial and religious discrimination, among other injustices.