Would there have been more support for an anti-Nazi coup in Germany during WWII had the Allies been willing to restore Germany's 1937 borders?

Futurist

Ad Honoris
May 2014
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Would there have been more support for an anti-Nazi coup in Germany during WWII had the Allies been willing to restore Germany's 1937 borders as opposed to insisting on unconditional surrender? For the record, the Allies would still be entitled to do things such as putting top Nazis on trial and aggressively de-Nazifying Germany, but Germany would be allowed to return to its 1937 borders and remain both united and heavily industrialized just as long as it became a democracy, completely demilitarized under Allied supervision, and refrained from any hostile actions in the years, decades, and centuries after the end of the war.

Thoughts on this?