Schacht is a German surname, derived from the common noun meaning "mine shaft".

Those bearing it include:

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  • Hjalmar Schacht (1877–1970), German financial expert during the time of Hitler
  • Joseph Schacht (1902–1969), German Catholic scholar of Islamic Law
  • Henry Schacht (born 1933/'34), American businessman
  • Richard Schacht (born c. 1940), American philosopher
  • Chris Schacht (born 1946), Australian politician
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Schacht (automobile)
... Schacht was an American manufacturer of automobile, trucks and fire trucks from 1904 to 1940 ... Schacht Motor Truck Company and production of trucks and fire trucks continued until 1940 ...
Al Schacht - Restaurant
... Following World War II, Schacht went into the restaurant business ... The menus at Al Schacht's were round, fashioned as oversized baseballs, and featured dishes named after old-time players ... From time to time, Schacht would mount the small restaurant stage and launch into his old routines, to the delight of patrons ...
... Schacht-Audorf is a municipality in the district of Rendsburg-Eckernförde, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany ... Rade bei Rendsburg Reesdorf Remmels Rendsburg Rickert Rieseby Rodenbek Rumohr Schacht-Audorf Schierensee Schinkel Schmalstede Schönbek Schönhorst Schülldorf Schülp bei Nortorf ...
Christian Schacht
... Christian Schacht (born 24 June 1976) is a retired German sprinter who specialized in the 100 metres ... Schacht won a bronze medal in 4 x 100 metres relay at the 2002 European Championships, with teammates Ronny Ostwald, Marc Blume and Alexander Kosenkow ... Cup Germany fielded the same team except that Schacht was replaced with Marc Kochan ...