National Socialist Women's League
The National Socialist Women's League (German : NS-Frauenschaft) was the organizational branch of the NSDAP for women over 21 years of age. Formed in 1931 it merged with the League of German Girls. From 1934 until 1945 the leader or Reichsfrauenführerin was Gertrud Scholtz-Klink.
The German American Bund also had their woman’s auxiliary called the Frauenschaft.