How would history view WW2 and Nazi Germany if, instead of being defeated by the allies, Hitler and the NSDAP had been overthrown by the Germans themselves? Let's say the POD is that Operation Valkyrie is successful, Hitler is killed by the bomb, and in the aftermath the army succesfully disarms the SS and the NSDAP leadership. Rather than a military government, however, the situation quickly spirals out of control and turns revolutionary. Resistance movements across Europe, rather than the Allies' armies, end up liberating much of Europe. What would be the Allies' reaction to these developments, and what are the chances Germany is allowed to remain united after the war, etc.?