It wa during an article on the BBC Radio 4 program Today on Friday the 21st 2006 that I heard that according to the historian Roger Moorhouse there were about 50 assasination attempts on the life of Hitler, almost all of which were by Germans, and not all of which were after the start of the war. That doesn't actually sound like he had no opposition. Also, having lived and worked in Germany for many years, and spoken to many fine old ladies and Gents, the views that seem to come across was a view that Hitler did bring a very down trodden 1920s Germany back to it's feet, he went too far with the war. Now you could say that "they would say that wouldn't they" but I have met some that wouldn't have a bad word said agains Hitler, except that he shouldn't have lost the war. My feeling is that any opposition that he did have was keeping quiet while things were going good. Of course once your country is at war, it's not a very sensible thing in a dictatorship to start shouting opposition. There were a lot of 'bad pennies' but I feel most were carried along with the tide as many of the silent majority still do today..