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This Timeline tells only World Wars, or things of the Russian, Turkish, and Persian countries.
And Broke into Pieces, My Russia Timeline
- 1818: A strange unknown famine, known as the Prussian Flow, killed many people in Prussia including a young Jew woman, Marx's mother. Karl Marx is never born.
- 1820: The Prussian Flow continue killing many people including baby Friedrich Engels.
- 1821: The Famine ends.
- 1848: The Revolutions of 1848 happen in the German states for to unify the German people, although they failed, Lenin would use this idea for creating the German Volga Republic in 1918 in the Volga River.
- 1848: The Communist Manifesto is never published.
- 1901: Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin) published the Ethnic Manifesto in which he states that Countries should be created in base of ethnic groups, and that the Russian Empire should be disbanded because the Russians dominated the other ethnic groups. He state that all the land know as the Russian Empire should be know as Hapogob zemiu (People's Land in Russian). Ethnic Leninsm views colonialism as a form of enforcing exploitation and social change in other ethnic groups and as a domain of a ethnic group on the other.
- 1902: The political party, Freedom of the Peoples of Hapogob zamiu, is created.
- 1903: Ulyanov is chosen the Leader of the Hapogobians, (as the members of the party are know)
1914-1916. The Great War.
- June 28: Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip assassinates Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife, Duchess Sophie, in Sarajevo.
- July 23: Austria-Hungary presents Serbia with an unconditional ultimatum.
- July 28: Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia and its army bombards Belgrade. Tsar Nicholas II of Russia orders a partial mobilization against Austria-Hungary.
- July 29: Russia orders full mobilization.
- August 1: Germany declares war on Russia, following Russia's military mobilization in support of Serbia; Germany also begins mobilization. France orders general mobilization. New York Stock Exchange closed due to war in Europe, where nearly all stock exchanges were already closed.
- August 2, 1914: German troops occupy Luxembourg in accordance with its Schlieffen Plan. A secret treaty between Turkey and Germany secures Turkish neutrality. At 7:00 pm (local time) Germany issues a 12-hour ultimatum to Belgium to allow German passage into France.
- August 3: Germany declares war on Russia's ally, France. At 7:00 am (local time) Belgium declines to accept Germany's ultimatum of August 2.
- August 4 :German troops invade neutral Belgium at 8:02 am (local time). Britain declares war on Germany for this violation of Belgian neutrality. This move effectively means a declaration of war by the whole British Commonwealth and Empire against Germany. The United States declares neutrality.
- August 5: The German minelayer Königin Luise lays a minefield about 40 miles off the Thames Estuary (Lowestoft). She is intercepted and sunk by the British light-cruiser HMS Amphion.Montenegro declares war on Austria-Hungary. German zeppelins drop bombs on Liège, killing 9 civilians.
- August 5 -16: Battle of Liège: The German Army overruns and defeats the Belgians.
- August 6: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia.
- August 8: German colonial forces execute Martin-Paul Samba for high treason.
- August 12 : Battle of Haelen: Belgian troops repulse the Germans.
- August 15: The Panama Canal is inaugurated with the passage of the steamship U.S.S. Ancon. Mexican Revolution: Venustiano Carranza's troops under general Alvaro Obregon enter Mexico City. Edward Elgar's Sospiri, a moving adagio for strings and harp, is first performed in London.
- August 16–August 19: Battle of Cer: Serbian troops defeat the Austro-Hungarian armies, in the first Entente victory in World War I.
- August 17–September 2: World War I: The Battle of Tannenberg begins between German and Russian forces.
- August 20 - World War I: German forces occupy Brussels.
- August 23: Japan declares war on Germany.
- August 26–August 27: Battle of Le Cateau: British, French and Belgian forces make a successful tactical retreat from the German advance.
- August 26–August 30: The Russian Second Army is surrounded and defeated in the Battle of Tannenberg.
- August 28: Battle of Heligoland: British cruisers under Admiral Beatty sink 3 German cruisers.
- August 29–30: The Battle of St. Quentin: French forces hold back the German advance.
- September 1: St. Petersburg, Russia changes its name to Petrograd. The last known passenger pigeon "Martha" dies in the Cincinnati Zoo.
- September 2: Moronvilliers is occupied by the Germans.
- September 5: London Agreement: No member of the Triple Entente (Britain, France, or Russia) may seek a separate peace with the Central Powers. World War I – First Battle of the Marne: Northeast of Paris, the French 6th Army under General Maunoury attacks German forces nearing Paris. Over 2 million fight (500,000 killed/wounded) in the Allied victory.
- September 6: A French and British counterattack at the Marne ends the German advance on Paris.
- September 13: South African troops open hostilities in German South-West Africa (today Namibia) with an assault on the Ramansdrift police station.
- September 13–28: The First Battle of the Aisne ends indecisively.
- September 17: Andrew Fisher becomes Prime Minister of Australia for the third time.
- September 26: The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is established by the Federal Trade Commission Act.
- September 30: The Flying Squadron is established to promote the temperance movement.
- October 3: World War I: 33,000 Canadian troops depart for Europe, the largest force to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean at the time.
- October 7: Joseph Patrick Kennedy Sr. marries Rose Fitzgerald in Boston.
- October 9: World War I – Siege of Antwerp: Antwerp, Belgium falls to German troops.
- October 27: World War I: The British super-dreadnought battleship HMS Audacious (23,400 tons), is sunk off Tory Island, north-west of Ireland, by a minefield laid by the armed German merchant-cruiser Berlin.
- October 28: World War I – Battle of Penang, Malaya: The German cruiser Emden sinks a Russian cruiser and French destroyer before escaping.
- October 29: World War I: Ottoman warships shell Russian Black Sea ports; Russia, France, and Britain declare war on November 1–November 5.
- November 1: World War I – Battle of Coronel: A Royal Navy squadron commanded by Rear-Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock is met and defeated by superior German forces led by Vice-Admiral Graf Maximilian von Spee, in the first British naval defeat of the war, resulting in the loss of HMS Good Hope and HMS Monmouth.
- November 4: Britain and France declare war on Turkey.
- November 5: The United Kingdom annexes Cyprus, and together with France declares war on the Ottoman Empire.
- November 7: The Japanese seize Jiaozhou Bay in China, the base of the German East Asia Squadron.
- November 9: World War I – Battle of Cocos: The German cruiser Emden is sunk by the Australian cruiser Sydney.
- November 16: World War I – The Battle of Kolubara begins: Serbian forces engaged by Austro-Hungarian forces.
- November 23: U.S. troops withdraw from Veracruz. Venustiano Carranza's troops take over and Carranza makes the town his headquarters.
- November 24: Benito Mussolini is expelled from the Italian Socialist Party.
- November 28: World War I: Following a war-induced closure in July, the New York Stock Exchange re-opens for bond trading.
- December 8: Battle of the Falkland Islands, between Doveton Sturdee and Maximilian von Spee squadrons.
- December 12: The New York Stock Exchange re-opened, having been closed since 1 Aug 1914 except for bond trading. The largest one-day percentage drop in the history of the Dow Jones Industrial Average 24.39%.
- December 19: The Battle of Kolubara ends, resulting in a decisive Serbian victory over Austria-Hungary.
- December 24: World War I: British and German soldiers interrupt World War I to celebrate Christmas, beginning the Christmas truce.
- January 1: World War I: The battleship HMS Formidable is sunk off Lyme Regis, Dorset, England, by a German U-Boat.
- January 19: German zeppelins bomb the cities of Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn in the United Kingdom for the first time, killing more than 20.
- January 31 – World War I: Germany uses poison gas against the Russians.
- March: The 1915 locust plague breaks out in Palestine; it continues until October.
- March 14: World War I: Off the coast of Chile, the Royal Navy force SMS Dresden to scuttle. Britain, France and Russia agree to give Constantinople and the Bosporus to Russia in case of victory (the treaty is later nullified by the Hapogobian Revolution).
- March 18: World War I: A British attack on the Dardanelles fails.
- April 24: The murder of 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Turks; the Armenian Genocide, started. Lasted until approximately 1918.
- April 25: World War I: Start of the Gallipoli Campaign. Lasted until January 1916.
- May 5: World War I: The Turks begin shelling Anzac Cove from a new position behind their lines.
- May 7: World War I: The RMS Lusitania is sunk by a German U-boat, killing 1,198.
- May 9: World War I –Second Battle of Artois: German and French forces fight to a standstill.
- May 23: World War I: Italy joins the Allies after they declare war on Austria-Hungary.
- June 9: U.S. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan resigns over a disagreement regarding his nation's handling of the RMS Lusitania sinking.
- August 6: World War I –Battle of Sari Bair: The Allies mount a diversionary attack timed to coincide with a major Allied landing of reinforcements at Suvla Bay.
- August 16: The Entente promises the Kingdom of Serbia, should victory be achieved over Austro-Hungary and its allied Central Powers, the territories of Baranja, Srem and Slavonia from the Cisleithanian part of the Dual Monarchy; Bosnia and Herzegovina; and eastern Dalmatia (from the river of Krka to Bar).
- September 6: The first prototype tank is tested for the British Army for the first time.
- October 12: World War I: British nurse Edith Cavell is executed by a German firing squad for helping Allied soldiers escape from Belgium.
- October 15: World War I: Austria-Hungary invades the Kingdom of Serbia. Kingdom of Bulgaria enters the war, invading Kingdom of Serbia. The retreat of the Serbian First Army towards Greece begins the Serbian Campaign (World War I).
- November: Sykes-Picot Agreement: The governments of Britain and France secretly agree to overtake the Middle-Eastern regions of the Ottoman Empire (mostly Syria and Iraq), and establish their own zones of influence.
- December 23: The HMHS Britannic, the largest individual British loss in World War I, departs Liverpool on her maiden voyage.
- December 25: In World War I, British and German forces declare a Christmas truce, get out of the trenches and have a free-for-all kick-around football game in no-man's land.
- December 26: The Irish Republican Brotherhood Military Council decides to stage a rising on Easter Sunday 1916.
- January 29: World War I: Paris is bombed by German zeppelins for the first time.
- February 21: World War I: The Battle of Verdun begins in France.
- April 27: World War I –Battle of Hulluch: The 47th Brigade, 16th Irish Division is decimated in one of the most heavily concentrated German gas attacks of the war.
- May 16: Britain and France conclude the secret Sykes-Picot Agreement, which is to divide Arab areas of the Ottoman Empire, following the conclusion of World War I, into French and British spheres of influence.
- May 31: June 1 –Battle of Jutland: The British Navy and the German Navy battle to a draw.
- June 4: The Brusilov Offensive, the height of Russian operations in WWI, begins with their breaking through Austro-Hungarian lines.
- July 1: November 18 –World War I – More than 1 million soldiers die during the Battle of the Somme, including 60,000 casualties for the British Commonwealth on the first day.
- July 2: Battle of Erzincan: Russian forces defeat troops of the Ottoman Empire in Armenia.
- August 7: World War I: Portugal joins the Allies.
- September: Bulgaria takes Dobruja from Romania.
- September 2: British pilot William Leefe-Robinson becomes the first to shoot down a German airship over Britain.
- October 14: Perm State University is founded in Russia.
- October 21: Friedrich Adler shoots Karl von Stürgkh, Prime Minister of Austria.
- November 1: Paul Miliukov delivers the famous "stupidity or treason" speech in the Russian State Duma, precipitating the downfall of the Boris Stürmer government.
- November 5: The Kingdom of Poland is proclaimed by a joint act of the emperors of Germany and Austria-Hungary.
- November 18: World War I –Battle of the Somme: In France, British Expeditionary Force commander Douglas Haig calls off the battle, which started on July 1.
- November 21: The White Star Liner HMHS Britannic, sister ship of the RMS Olympic and the legendary RMS Titanic, sinks in the Mediterranean Sea after hitting a mine. 30 lives are lost.
- November 23: World War I –Eastern Front: Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is occupied by troops of the Central Powers.
- December: The British Sopwith Camel aircraft is introduced to combat the German-built Fokker fighter aircraft.
- December 12: In the Dolomites, an avalanche buries 18,000 Austrian and Italian soldiers.
- December 23: World War I –Battle of Magdhaba: In the Sinai desert, Australian and New Zealand mounted troops capture the Turkish garrison.
- December 29: Grigori Rasputin is murdered by two Romanov family members.
1917-1922. End of the Great War-Balkanization of Russia.
- January 11: German saboteurs set off the Kingsland Explosion at Kingsland, NJ (now Lyndhurst, NJ), one of the events leading to U.S. involvement in World War I.
- January 13: World War I: The Battle of Wadi occurs between Allied British and Ottoman Empire forces, during theMesopotamian campaign in modern-day Iraq.
- January 22: World War I: President Woodrow Wilson calls for "peace without victory" in Europe.
- January 31: World War I: Germany announces its U-boats will engage in unrestricted submarine warfare.
- February 3: World War I: The United States severs diplomatic relations with Germany.
- February 23: The first International Women's Day is observed in Russia.
- February 24: World War I: United States ambassador to the United Kingdom, Walter H. Page, is shown the intercepted Zimmermann Telegram, in which Germany offers to give the American Southwest back to Mexico if Mexico declares war on the United States.
- March 1: The U.S. government releases the plaintext of the Zimmermann Telegram to the public.
The Revolution has start!
- (N.S.) (February 23, O.S.): The Russian February Revolution begins with the overthrow of the Tsar.
- Women calling for bread in Petrograd start riots, which spontaneously spread throughout the city.
- March 12: The Duma declares a provisional government.
- March 15 (N.S.) (March 2, O.S.): Tsar Nicholas II of Russia abdicates his throne for his son.
- March 17 (N.S.) (March 4, O.S.): Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich of Russia refuses the throne, and power passes to the newly formed Provisional Government under Prince Georgy Lvov.
- March 25: The Georgian Orthodox Church restores the autocephaly abolished by Imperial Russia in 1811.
- March 26: World War I: First Battle of Gaza: British cavalry troops retreat after 17,000 Turks block their advance.
- March 30: The independence of Poland is recognized.
- April 2: World War I: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson asks the U.S. Congress for a declaration of war on Germany.
- April 6: World War I: The United States declares war on Germany.
- April 9–April 12: World War I: Canadian troops win the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
- April 11: World War I: Brazil severs diplomatic relations with Germany.
- April 16: Vladimir Lenin arrives in Petrograd. World War I: The Nivelle Offensive commences.
- April 19: World War I: The Second Battle of Gaza, a fiasco for the British, causes the dismissal of the commander of the Eastern Expeditionary Force, General Archibald Murray.
- May 9: World War I: The Nivelle Offensive is abandoned.
- May 23: A month of civil violence in Milan, Italy ends after the Italian army forcefully takes over the city from anarchists and anti-war revolutionaries. Fifty people are killed and 800 people are arrested.
- June 1: A French infantry regiment seizes Missy-aux-Bois and declares an anti-war military government. Other French army troops soon apprehend them.
- June 5: World War I: Conscription begins in the United States.
- June 13: World War I: The first major German bombing raid on London leaves 162 dead and 432 injured.
- June 15: The United States enacts the Espionage Act.
- July 1: Russian General Brusilov begins a major offensive in Galicia, initially advancing towards Lemberg.
- July 6: World War I: Arabian troops led by T. E. Lawrence capture Aqaba from the Turks. World War I: A conscription crisis in Canada leads to passage of the Military Service Act.
- July 16–17: Russian troops mutiny, abandon the Austrian front, and retreat to the Ukraine; hundreds are shot by their commanding officers during the retreat.
And Broke into Pieces...
- July 16–18: Serious clashes in St. Petersburg in July Days; Lenin escapes to Finland; Trotsky is arrested.
- July 20: the Parliament of Finland declares itself holder of sovereignty in the Republic of Finland, start of Balkanization of Russia.
- July 20: The Corfu Declaration, which enabled the establishment of the post-war Kingdom of Yugoslavia, is signed by the Yugoslav Committee and the Kingdom of Serbia.
- July 20 (July 7, O.S.): Alexander Kerensky becomes premier of the Russian Provisional Government, replacing Prince Georgy Lvov.
- July 20–28: World War I: Austrian and German forces repulse the Russian advance into Galicia.
- July 31: World War I: The Battle of Passchendaele: Allied offensive operations commence in Flanders.
- August 29: World War I: The Military Service Act is passed in the Canadian House of Commons, giving the Government of Canada the right to conscript men into the army.
- October 12 – World War I: The biggest loss of life in a single day for New Zealand. Over 800 men and 45 officers were killed at the First Battle of Passchendaele, roughly 1 in 1000 of the nation's population at the time.
- October 15 – World War I: At Vincennes outside of Paris, Dutch dancer Mata Hari is executed by firing squad for spying fo rGermany.
- October 25 (O.S.) – (traditional beginning date of the Hapogobian Revolution).
- October 26 – World War I: Brazil declares war against the Central Powers.
- November 6 – World War I: Battle of Passchendaele: After 3 months of fierce fighting, Canadian forces take Passchendaele in Belgium.**Militants from Trotsky's committee join with trusty Hapogobians soldiers to seize government buildings and pounce on members of the provisional government.
- November 7: October Revolution: The workers of Petrograd in Russia, led by the Hapogobian leader Vladimir Lenin, attack the Kerensky Provisional Government ( Julian Calendar shows an October 25 date).
- Iran (which provided weapons for Russia) refuses to support the Allied Forces after the October Revolution.
- World War I –Third Battle of Gaza: United Kingdom forces capture Gaza from the Ottoman Empire.
- November 15: Finland takes a step towards full sovereignty, ending the personal union with Russia. British troops occupy Tel Aviv and Jaffa in Palestine. Georges Clemenceau becomes prime minister of France.
- November 20: World War I –Battle of Cambrai: British forces make early progress in an attack on German positions but are soon beaten back. The Ukraine is declared a republic.
- November 23: The Hapogobians release the full text of the previously secret Sykes-Picot Agreement in Izvestia and Pravda; it is subsequently printed in the Manchester Guardian on November 26.
- November 28: The Hapogobians offer peace terms to the Germans.
- November 29: Don Cossacks and Hapogobians declare the Don Republic.
- December 6: Finland declares independence.
- December 11: British troops take Jerusalem from the Ottoman Empire.
- December 13: Crimea declares independence with the Hapogobians.
- January 8: Woodrow Wilson delivers his Fourteen Points speech.
- January 12: Finland enacts a "Mosaic Confessors" law, granting Finnish Jews civil rights.
- January 18: Constituent Assembly meet in Russia.
- January 19: Russian Constituent Assembly proclaims Russian Democratic Federative Republic, but was dissolved by Hapogobian government on same day.
- January 27: The Finnish Civil War begins.
- February 5: The SS Tuscania (1914) is torpedoed off the Irish coast, it is the first ship carrying American troops to Europe to be torpedoed and sunk.
- February 14: Russia switches from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar; the date skips from February 1 to February 14.
- February 16: The Council of Lithuania with the Hapogobians help adopts the Act of Independence of Lithuania, declaring Lithuania's independence from the Russian Empire.
- February 21: The last captive Carolina Parakeet (the last breed of parrot native to North America) dies at the Cincinnati Zoo.
- February 22: The Ethnic Revolutonary part is established in Turkey.
- February 24: After 7 centuries of foreign rule, Estonia declares its independence from the Russian Empire. Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia also declare their independence from the Russian Empire.
- March 1: The German submarine U-19 sinks the HMS Calgarian off Rathlin Island, Northern Ireland.
- March 3: World War I: Germany, Austria and Hapogobian Russia sign the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, ending Russia's involvement in the war.
- March 4: A soldier at Camp Fuston, Kansas falls sick with the first confirmed case of the Spanish flu.
- March 5: Hapogobian Russia moves its national capital from Petrograd to Moscow as is renamed Muscovy.
- March 6: The Finnish Air Force is founded. The blue swastika is adopted as its symbol as a tribute to the Swedish explorer and aviator Eric von Rosen, who donated the first plane. Von Rosen had painted the Buddhist symbol on the plane as his personal lucky insignia.
- March 7: World War I: Finland forms an alliance with Germany.
- March 12: Moscow becomes the official capital of Muscovy.
- March 19: The U.S. Congress establishes time zones and approves daylight saving time (DST goes into effect on March 31).
- March 21: World War I: The Second Battle of the Somme begins.
- March 23: The giant German cannon, the so-called Paris Gun, begins to shell Paris from 114 km (75 miles) away. The Ethnic Nationalistic Revolutionary Party declares Belarus independent; Hapogobians armies soon help them.
- March 27: Bessarabia votes to become part of Romania.
- April 21: Manfred Von Richthofen, aka "The Red Baron", World war one's most successful fighter pilot, dies in combat at Morlancourt Ridge near the Somme River.
- April 23: The ethnic revolutoniary party of Persia is founded in Tehran
- May 11: The Mountainous Republic of the Northern Caucasus is officially established by the Terek Cossaks and the Hapogobians.
- May 15: End of the Finnish Civil War.
- May 26: Adjara, Ossetia, Karachay, Cherkessia (Circassia), Kabardino, Balkaria, Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, Ingushetia, Abazinia, Meskhetia, and Adygea are established.
- May 27: The Third Battle of the Aisne commences.
- May 28: Agulia, Avaria, Darginia, Lakia, Lezginia, Rutulia, Tabasaranastan, Tsakhuristan, Kumykia, Abkhazia and the Nogay Republic are established. These will be known as the Islamic Caucasus with Adjara, Abazinia, Meskhetia, Karachay, Kabardino, Balkaria, Circassia, Ichkeria, Ingushetia, and Adygea
- June 1: World War I: The Battle for Belleau Wood begins.
- June 10: Austro-Hungarian warship is sunk by an Italian powerboat.
- June 12: Grand Duke Michael Romanov is murdered, thereby becoming the first of the Romanovs to be murdered by the Hapogovians.
- July 3- The Siberian Expedition is to extract the Czechoslovak Legion from the Russian Civil War.
- July 4: Mehmed VI (1918–1922) succeeds Mehmed V (Resad) (1909–1918) as Ottoman Emperor.
- July 12: The Japanese Imperial Navy battle ship Kawachi blows up at Shunan, western Honshu, Japan killing at least 621.
- July 13: The National Czechoslovak Committee is established.
- July 15: World War I –Second Battle of the Marne: The battle begins near the River Marne with a German attack.
- July 17: By order of the Hapogobian Party and carried out by the Cheka, Emperor Nicholas II of Russia, his wife Alexandra Feodorovna, their children, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei, and retainers are executed at the Ipatiev House in Ekaterinburg, Russia.
- July 17: The RMS Carpathia, rescue ship of the RMS Titanic, is sunk off the coast of Ireland by the German submarine U-55, with 5 lives lost.
- August : The Spanish Flu (influenza) becomes pandemic; over 30 million people die in the following 6 months (almost twice as many as died during the war).
- August 1: British anti-Hapogovian forces occupy Archangel, Russia.
- August 8: World War I –Battle of Amiens: Canadian and Australian troops, begin a string of almost continuous victories with a push through the German front lines. German General Erich Ludendorff later calls this the "black day of the German Army."
- August 9: Kalmykia with the Hapogobians declared Independence.
- August 10: Russian Revolution: The British commander in Archangel is told to help the Monarchist Russians.
- August 30: Russian Revolution: Vladimir Lenin is shot by Fanya Kaplan, but he survives. Moisei Uritsky, the Petrograd head of the Cheka, is assassinated the same day.
- September: British armies and their Arab allies roll into Syria.
- September 29: Bulgaria requests an armistice in World War I.
- October 3: Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany makes Max von Baden German chancellor.
- October 3: King Ferdinand I of Bulgaria abdicates in the wake of the Bulgarian military collapse in World War I. He is succeeded by his son, Boris III.
- October 4: William II of Germany forms a new more liberal government to sue for peace.
- October 8: World War I: In the Argonne Forest in France, U.S. Corporal Alvin C. York almost single-handedly kills 25 German soldiers and captures 132.
- October 18: The Washington Declaration proclaims the independent Czechoslovak Republic.
- October 28: Czechoslovakia declares its independence from Austria-Hungary. A new Polish government is declared in Western Galicia (Central Europe).
- October 29: The Wilhelmshaven mutiny of the German High Fleet happens.
- October 30: The Martin Declaration is published, including Slovakia in the formation of the Czechoslovak state. The Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen is granted independence from the Ottoman Empire by the Armistice of Mudros.
- October 31: The Hungarian government terminates the personal union with Austria, officially dissolving the Austro-Hungarian empire.
- November – The Allied fleet enters Constantinople.
- November 1: Ruthenia in eastern Czechoslovakia declares a brief independence. Volga German Republic is established.
- November 3: World War I: Austria-Hungary enters an armistice with the Allies. Poland declares its independence from Russia. Sailors in Kiel mutiny and throughout northern Germany soldiers and workers begin to establish revolutionary councils on the Russian Hapogovian model.
- November 4: World War I: Austria-Hungary surrenders to Italy. A mutiny in the German fleet at Kiel begin the German Revolution.
- November 6 – A new Polish government is proclaimed in Lublin.
- November 8 – The German army withdraws its support of the Kaiser.
- November 9: Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany abdicates and chooses to live in exile in the Netherlands. Provisional National Council Minister-President Kurt Eisner declares Bavaria to be a republic.
- November 11: World War I ends: Germany signs an armistice agreement with the Allies between 5:12 AM and 5:20 AM in Marshal Foch’s railroad car in Compiègne Forest inFrance. It becomes official on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Poland regains independence after 123 years of partitions. Józef Piłsudski is appointed Commander-in-Chief. Emperor Charles I of Austria gives up his absolute power but does not abdicate.
- November 12 –Austria becomes a republic.
- November 14: Czechoslovakia becomes a republic. Józef Piłsudski is appointed head of state of Poland.
- November 16: Hungary declares independence from Austria. The Hungarian Democratic Republic is declared.
- November 18: Latvia declares its independence from Russia.
- November 22: The Spartacist League founds the German Ethnic Nationalist Party. The Belgian royal family returns to Brussels after the war.
- November 26: The Podgorica Assembly votes for a "union of the people", declaring its union with the Kingdom of Serbia.
- December 1: Iceland becomes a self-governing kingdom, yet remains in personal union with the King of Denmark who also becomes King of Iceland. New voting laws in Sweden makes votes no longer dependent on taxable assets; one person, one vote. The Union of Alba Iulia is proclaimed: Following the March 27 incorporation of Bessarabia and Bucovina, Transylvania unites with Romania. The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later known as the Kingdom of Yugoslavia) is proclaimed.
- December 4: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson sails for the Paris Peace Conference, becoming the first U.S. president to travel to Europe while in office.
- December 20: Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk returns to the Czechoslovak Republic.
- December 27: Great Poland Uprising: The Poles in Greater Poland (or Grand Duchy of Poznań) rise up against the Germans.
- December 31: A British-brokered ceasefire ends 2 weeks of Armeno-Georgian fighting.
- January 1: Spartacist uprising: Ethnic Revolutionism demonstrations in Berlin, Germany turn into an attempted Ethnic revolution.
- January 9: Friedrich Ebert orders the Freikorps into action in Berlin.
- January 10–January 12: The Freikorps attacks Spartacist supporters around Berlin.
- January 11: Romania annexes Transylvania.
- January 13: People's councils in Berlin end the general strike; Spartacus Week is over.
- January 15: Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht are murdered following the Spartacist uprising.
- January 18: World War I: A peace conference opens in Versailles, France.
- January 23: The Uprising of Khotin breaks out in Khotyn, Ukraine.
- January 25: The League of Nations is founded in Paris.
- February 23 – The Fascist Party is formed in Italy by Benito Mussolini.
- March 2: The first People's International meets in Moscow.
- March 21: The Hungarian People's Republic is established by Béla Kun.
- March 23: In Milan, Italy, Benito Mussolini founds his Fascist political movement.
- April 6–April 7: The Bavarian People's Republic is founded.
- April 12: The Hapogobians proclaim the Republic of Nenetsia for the Nenet people.
- May: The remaining Monarchist government established in Persia.
- May 3: Weimar Republic troops and the Freikorps occupy Munich and crush the Bavarian People's Republic.
- May 10: The Nations of Sapmi and Karelia are established in Karelia and the Kola Peninsula.
- May 14: The Persian government signed a treaty with the monarchist and Turkey that Persia will invade and annex Russia's islamic Central Asia, Turkey the Caucasus, and the monarchy will be restored, while the rest of the post-Russia countries will be annexed
- June 6: The Hungarian Hapogobian Army attacks the Prekmurian Republic.
- June 28: International Labor Organization (ILO) established as an agency of the League of Nations.
- June 28: The Treaty of Versailles is signed, ending World War I.
- July: Lenin sends a group of Hapogobians to establish the Republics of Central Russia and beyond the Urals...
- July 19: The Foreign Ministry of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic was established at the decree of the chancellory for foreign affairs.
- August 1: Béla Kun's People's Republic collapses in Hungary.
- 'August 31': The American People's Party is established.
- September 10: The Treaty of Saint-Germain is signed, ending World War I with Austria.
- September 27: The last British troops leave Archangel, Russia and leave the fighting to the Russians.
- September 28: Mordovia, Chuvashia, Mari El, Tatarstan, Komi, Udmurtia, and Bashkortostan are established by the Hapogobians.
- November 9: Felix the Cat appears in Feline Follies, making the first cartoon character.
- November 16: After Entente pressure Romanian forces withdraw from Budapest and let Admiral Horthy to march in.
- November 19: The Treaty of Versailles fails a critical ratification vote in the United States Senate. It will never be ratified by the US.
- November 27: The Treaty of Neuilly is signed between the Allies and Bulgaria.
1920. Collapse of Turkey and Persia.
- January 7: The forces of Russian Restoring Admiral Kolchak surrender in Krasnoyarsk. The Great Siberian Ice March ensues. The Hapogobians enter Siberia and establish Khanty-Mansi.
- January 10: League of Nations Covenant enters into force.
- January 16: The World War I Allies demand that the Netherlands extradite the German Kaiser Wilhelm II, who has fled there.
- January 19: The United States Senate votes against joining the League of Nations.
- January 23: The Netherlands refuses to extradite the German Kaiser.
- January 28: The Spanish Legion is founded and stationed in North Africa to fight rebels in Morocco.
- January 28: Turkey gives up the Ottoman Empire and most of the non-Turkish areas.
- January 29 - February 2: The Hapogobians established the Muslim Nations of Central Asia based of what they planned, and with puppet governments: Karakalpakstan, The Emirate of Uzbekistan (The same Emir of former Bukhara), Tajikistan, Kazhakstan, Kirgyztan, The Khanate of Turkmenistan (with the same Khan of former Khiva and the city of Khiva), and Almaty.
- February 17: A woman named Anna Anderson tries to commit suicide in Berlin and is taken to a mental hospital, where she claims she is Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia.
- February 20: An earthquake hits Gori, Georgia, killing 114.
- February 24: Adolf Hitler presents his National Socialist program in Munich.
Islamic Coalition-Hapogobian War
- February 26: Turkey invades Georgia, Persia Azerbaijan, Muscovy declares war on both. The battles of Samur and Kodori Gorge, Many Persians and Turks died not only because of the battles but of the winter. The Muscovians promise the Christians Hemshins of Central Turkey that they will have a nation after the war if they attack the Turks. The Hemshins start to ambush the Ottomans. Rioting against the Sultan start because Turkey is too bad because of the Great War, the Sultan de-facto dictatorial rule, and the crisis the country have already before the Great War.
- March 2: Turkish forces retreat to Adjara, while Persians one reach the Nogay lands.
- March 3: Persia invade Kalmykia, China's send support to Kalmykia, Persia retreat to the Nogay lands.
- March 5: Muscovy reach Trabzon in Turkey. Muscovy defeat the Persians in Ganja, Azerbaijan.
- March 6: Battle of Erzincan, Turkey: Muscovy battles Turkey in Erzincan, Turkey.
- March 8: Battle of Erzincan, Turkey: Muscovy defeated Turkey in Erzincan, they march through Turkey killing many soldiers in their path. They are almost reaching Malatya.
- March 9: Muscovy enters Persia, battle of Arasbaran.
- March 10: Muscovy is defeated by Persia in Arasbaran, Muscovy retreats to Kajaran, Armenia.
- March 11: Muscovy reach Malatya in Turkey, were the Turks are easily defeated, they continue marching.
- March 12: Muscovy reach Kayseri, near Ankara, The Turkish start to worry.
- March 13: Persia enters Azerbaijan, and reach Rustavi, Georgia.
- March 15: Muscovy reach Ankara, the Battle of Ankara start
- March 18: Muscovy defeat Turkey in Ankara, Turkey declares Istanbul as the provisional capital.
- March 19: Battle of Tibisili, Persian victory. Persia reach Volgograd.
- March 20: Muscovy reach Izmit, in the outskirts of Istanbul.
- March 21: The Sultan of Turkey abdicates.
- March 22: Battle of Istanbul.
- March 26: Muscovy Victory in Turkey.
- March 27: The former Sultan is executed.
- March 28: Treaty of Topkapi, planned division of Turkey. Turkey will be divided after the war with Persia end.
- March 30: Most Muscovians retreat from Turkey.
- April 3: Battle of Rostov-on-Don, Persians retreat to Azerbaijan.
- April 5: Second Battle of Arasbaran, Persian defeat.
- April 7: Battle of Tabriz. Muscovian victory.
- April 10-19: Battle of Zanjan.
- April 20-28: Battle of Qazvin near Tehran, Muscovian victory.
- April 29: The Persian monarchy and the exiled Russian government escape to Great Britain.
- April 30: Start of the Battle of Tehran.
- May 8: End of the Battle of Tehran. Muscovian victory. melting of the Royal Family statues.
- May 11: Treaty of Tehran, Turkey and Persia will be balkanized by the end of the year.
- May 12: Provisional governments in Turkey and Persia, The Lion in the Persian flag is eliminated, while the Turkish flag, because of the legend that in a pool of Ottoman blood, the moon and a start were reflected, The Background was changed to the same blue of the UN.
- May 13: End of the Greco-Turkish War. Greece stay with the land given to them in the Treaty of Sevres. End of the Turkish War of Independence.