"'No, we found out what sort of a character [Kaiser] Wilhelm was', explained a staunch royalist to the writer, 'and we could never be successful in any effort to bring either Wilhelm or the Crown Prince back again. You see, they both ran away when the fire was directed toward them. They proved themselves poor soldiers, unworthy of their positions and honors, and we feel that we are well rid of them.'"
Another article about post-war German opinion can be read here...
A book by the author from Amazon:
The Annotated World War I Diaries of Captain George F. Kearney 1917 - 1919:
How Grandpa Won the War