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So, considering this, was there any German monarchist resistance to the Nazis after 1933, even if only by a handful of individuals? I was primarily thinking of resistance within Germany itself, but I'm also open to hearing about German monarchist opposition from abroad.
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The book "The Kaiser's Last Kiss" (made into a film called "The Exception") develops the premise that the Nazis spied on the exiled Kaiser in Holland and tried to use him to root out any monarchists that might cause trouble for Hitler. Not sure how true-to-life that is. It is well known that the Kaiser despised Hitler, so many traditional, conservative Germans might have considered flocking to Wilhelm's banner as an alternative.