Catholic Colonel Claude von Stauffenberg, who nearly removed Adolf Hitler from office.
Not only was he a Colonel, but he was of the nobility, who was akin to a governor/mayor, who was responsible for the welfare of hundreds of people in his lands. After the monarchy was abolished, the nobility slowly lost its power too. Those that tried to remove Adolf from power were mostly noblemen who had the duty, training and legal standing to do so. Morally speaking, this would suffice, in order to bring back "law and order" of former times. But, in addition, they were trying to bring back the monarchy, so no one can charge that they were getting rid of Adolf for their own political gain.
The fact that the attempt failed, in an extraordinary way, leads one to believe that, in spite of their good efforts, it was God's permissive will that Adolf stay in power, maybe for reasons of punishment on the Germans (and the rest of the world) for the growing immorality that was rampant before, during and after WW1. And only got worse after WW2.