A timeline by Tom Colton accessible here (index here), inspired by the many discussions concluding that a Nazi Germany that made sane decisions during World War Two would require a different leadership, especially considering Hitler's special blend of lunacy.
Thus, in this timeline, Hitler is shot during the Beer Hall putsch, but hangs on to life just long enough to deliver the only manuscript of Mein Kampf into a certain Friedrich Weber's hands. Everything changes from there: although this timeline's Nazis are still recognisable Nazis, their methodology is more insidious than “our” Nazi's ever was.
Currently updated to the interwar (1942-?) period.