Theodor Bergman (1892-1946) was a Lovian accountant who is believed by some to have been a Lovian Secret Serviceoperative. Bergman worked for a Noble City bank from 1913 to 1946. Bergman died in 1946 in a highly suspicious car crash. Bergman was born as the son of a Czech-born American businessman and his Lovian wife.
Secret Service Work Edit
Supposedly Bergman, as a spy for the Lovian Secret Service, was sent to Brussels in 1944, during the Second World War, to investigate the German nazis. He allegedly was arrested on suspicion of being a Jew. After having been held in a Belgian prisoner camp, he returned to Lovia in 1945. In the early 1950s, Bergman was writing an autobiography retelling his experiences as a secret service employee. Supposedly "the service" had the manuscript stolen, his house burned down, and killed him in a car crash.
The only factual basis for the story is his house having burned down in 1946, and Bergman dying in a car crash. It appears Bergman actually went to Belgium and Germany, but it is unknown if he was actually interned.