|Occupation||Co-owner of the Imperial and the Bristol hotels in Vienna, Austria|
Samuel Schallinger was an Austrian Jewish businessman.
In 1938, the hotels underwent Aryanization and he was forced to sell his shares. He and his family were deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp near Prague, Czechoslovakia where they all died in 1942.
Details of the property seized from Schallinger and other Austrian Jews under the Nazis, and names the famous beneficiaries who took them and never gave them back, are outlined in the book Unser Wien (Our Vienna) by Stephan Templ and Tina Walzer.
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- Andreas Augustin, Bill Lorenz, Hotel Bristol, Vienna, The Most Famous Hotels In the World (2001)