National Socialist Schoolchildren's League
The National Socialist Schoolchildren's League (Nationalsozialistischer Schülerbund), known under the acronyms NSS and also, more rarely NSSB, was a National Socialist organisation for primary school pupils providing a student council and child protection system in Germany from 1929 till 1933.
The league began roughly around 1927 as the Hitler Jugend-Schülergruppen. It was established as the Nationalsozialistischer Schülerbund by Adrian von Renteln in 1929 by unifying the scattered groups under one authority.
In 1929 Von Renteln became the leader of the Hitler Youth, an organisation he would clearly favour and to which he would give increasingly wider powers. Von Renteln would stay as leader (Reichsführer) of the National Socialist Schoolchildren's League until 16 June 1932.
The National Socialist Schoolchildren's League was merged to the Hitler Youth on 20 May 1933. The event was marked with a youth-group celebration.
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