Abridged timeline for Quebec Independence since its POD in 1774 to the present day.
- June 22 - United Kingdom: Hoping to avoid angering the American colonists, the Quebec Act of 1774 is not passed by British Parliament (POD).
- April 19 - Massachusetts Bay: The Wars of Independence begin with colonial forces and British regulars clashing at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts.
- August 18 - Quebec: Diplomats and politicians finalize the Quebec Declaration of Independence and announce Quebec is independent from the British Empire.
- June 18 - United States: The War of 1808 begins with the American and British forces mobilizing against the British Empire, which is already stretched thin by the war against Napoleon in Europe.
- February 22 - Montreal, Quebec: The Treaty of Montreal is signed, ending the War of 1808. Quebec and America split the British colonies in the northeast of North America, in exchange for payment and the creation of the Indian Confederacy.
- March 4 - United States: Henry Dearborn becomes president of the United States, the last Democrat-Republican to do so.
- March 4 - United States: Andrew Jackson becomes president of the United States. This marks the founding of his Nationalist Party.
- May 4 - California: "Bear Flag" candidate William B. Ide becomes first President of California
- October 14 - United Kingdom:The Anglo-Japanese Friendship Treaty is signed between the British Empire and Japan, effectively ending Japan's centuries of isolation.
- June 4 - Second Mexican Empire: Backed by the French, Maximilian I is proclaimed Emperor of new Mexican Empire.
- January 3 - Japan: The Meiji Restoration restores imperial rule to Japan, under Emperor Meiji.
- June 27 - Alyeska: Alyeska becomes a self-governing Dominion of the Russian Empire.
- August 26 - Second Mexican Empire: Emperor Maximilian I passes away, and is succeeded by Albert I.
- March 4 - United States: William McKinley becomes president of the United States, marking the official formation of the Liberal Party.
- September 12 - Japan: Japan declares war on Spain with a surprise naval assault outside of Manila.
- November 17 - Japan: Spain sues for peace and the war draws to a close, with Japan gaining the Philippines and several other Pacific islands.
- September 14 - United States: William McKinley is assassinated, and is succeeded as president by Liberal Theodore Roosevelt.
- March 4 - United States: Liberal candidate Philander C. Knox becomes president of the United States.
- July 6 - Ottoman Empire: World War I begins with Ottoman declaration of war on Austria-Hungary and alliances activate across the globe.
- October 3 - Bulgaria: Tsar Ferdinand I abdicates the throne, and is succeeded by his son, Boris I.
- October 17 - Austria-Hungary: The Austrians sign an armistice and World War I draws to a close.
- March 4 - United States: Nationalist candidate Charles Evans Hughes becomes president of the United States.
- April 23 - Second Mexican Empire: Emperor Albert I passes away, and is succeeded by Albert II.
- March 4 - United States: Nationalist candidate Nicholas Murray Butler becomes president of the United States.
- December 25 - Japan: Hirohito becomes the Emperor of Japan.
- November - Confederate States: Gunmen affiliated with the Army of Virginia assassinate President Henry L. Whitfield, resulting in the arrests and imprisonments of Hugo Black and other party leaders.
- March 4 - United States: Nationalist candidate Herbert Hoover becomes president of the United States.
- September 2 - Global: The Stock Market crashes, beginning the Great Depression that would last for the entire decade.
- May 4 - California: National Socialist James Scrugham is elected President of California.
- June 13 - France: Following the assassination of President Paul Duomer, Charles de Gaulle is elected president of France.
- March 4 - United States: Amidst the Great Depression, Liberal Samuel DeWitt becomes President of the United States.
- May 18 - France: Charles de Gaulle declares himself Emperor of the French.
- May 11 - German Empire: Kaiser Wilhelm II passes away in his sleep at the height of the Great Depression, and is succeeded by Kaiser Wilhelm III.
- March 4 - United States: Hardliner Liberal Franklin Roosevelt becomes President of the United States and issues an ultimatum to the Confederates, ordering them to follow the terms of the Treaty of Portsmouth.
- May 4 - Confederate States: In response to the American ultimatum, the Confederates launch Operation Lee, the three pronged invasion of the United States.
- July 7 - United States: The vicious Battle of Washington begins when the Confederates start shelling the city.
- August 5 - German Empire: German Chancellor Wilhelm Groener surrenders to the French Empire. The German Empire is resolved and replaced with the Protectorate of Austria.
- September 19 - United States: The Battle of Pittsburgh begins.
- November 8 - United States: Californian troops under General Earl Warren take Crescent City, Klamath.
- December 28 - United States: The Confederates are forced to withdraw from Pittsburgh.
- January 13 - United States: The last of the Confederate forces in Washington lay down their arms and surrender, giving the United States victory in the battle.
- August 3 - Bulgaria: Tsar Boris is assassinated by an unknown assailant, suspected to be either a French or unitarian agent. His seven year old son, Simeon, becomes the new Tsar.
- January 20 - United States: Liberal candidate Joseph P. Kennedy becomes president of the United States.
- July 1 - Japan: After the nuclear destruction of two of its cities by American atomic bombs, Japan unconditionally surrenders to the London Pact, ending World War II.
- July 20 - South Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm III dies of a heart attack and is succeeded by Louis Ferdinand.
- November 3 - Albania: King Zog I is forced to abdicate, and is succeeded by his son, Leka I.
- September 6 - Balkan Union: The Balkans Crisis begins with the secession of Croatia and Slovenia from the Balkan Union.
- November 30 - Albania: King Leka I dies of natural causes, and is suceeded by his son, Leka II.