Building on that:
Berthold Konrad Hermann Albert Speer (1905-1989), during a press conference in 1974. The "depressed president", as some called him. Speer was the last Greater German Führer (leader), ruling the country de jure from the death of Adolph Hitler in 1963 until his death in 1989, but de facto only taking control in late 1964 after the german civil war. Voted the most influent figure of the 20th century, his legacy is cheered and supported all over the world as the man who brought the end of the national socialist dictatorship and renewed Greater Germany into it's current form. After the great slave revolt of 1971 his powers were greatly diminished, however, and on public appearances such as the one above showed a depressed, some times distant Führer, to what some attribute to some unknown illness or a old age crisis, since it was incoherent for the Führer to be on such a state while Greater Germany blossomed.
Adoplf von Thadden, long-time leader of the National Democratic Party of Germany until his death in 1996, one of the political parties formed from the carcass of the NSDAP after Speer's death and Helmut Schmidt dissolving the NSDAP. While overshadowed by the "revived" DNVP that Henning von Trescow and his supporters formed as the main party of the right, the NPD still wins 20-30 seats in the Reichstag with the NPD's power-base being largely comprised of pensioners.
OOC: TTL's NPD is basically a German equivalent to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, so to speak.