Here is my paralel timeline. Again, much overlap with Yuli's. Again, mostly different sources. This one focuses on the German Revolution:
A provisional worker’s, soldier’s and peasant’s council proclaims Bavaria a republic with Kurt Eisner as president.[i] November 8, 1918 A.D.
The abdication of the Kaiser is announced and a German republic is proclaimed by Philipp Scheidemann of the Social Democratic Party (SPD).[ii] November 9, 1918 A.D.
The Great War ends.[iii] November 11, 1918 A.D.
An Austrian republic is proclaimed.[iv] November 13, 1918 A.D.
Spartacists begin organizing the Red Soldiers’ League, which reportedly reaches a maximum of about 12,000 men.[v] November 15, 1918 A.D.
The government creates a Republican Defense Force under the command of Otto Wels.[vi] November 17, 1918 A.D.
In elections held in Dresden, the SPD obtains fifteen times as many votes as the USPD. In Chemnitz, the SPD polls twelve times the number of USPD supporters.[vii] November 24, 1918 A.D.
The Republican Defense Force puts down a Spartacist demonstration at the cost of sixteen lives.[viii] December 6, 1918 A.D.
A Congress meets in Berlin. A Central Council is formed and a general election date is set.[ix] December 16 to 21, 1918 A.D.
A large mass demonstration gathers near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in response to the discharge of the chief of police, Emil Eichorn, a member of the USPD with a reputation of sympathy for the far left. The crowd marches to police headquarters and after demonstrating for hours disperses.[x] January 5, 1919 A.D.
Rosa Luxembourg and Karl Liebknecht, the leaders of the Spartacist uprising, are executed by Freikorps troops.[xi] January 16, 1919 A.D.
A general election establishes the Weimar Republic. The SPD wins 42 seats, the USPD 15 seats, and bourgeois parties 40 seats.[xii] January 19, 1919 A.D.
The Central Council turns over its powers to the National Assembly.[xiii] February 4, 1919 A.D.
A wide spread general strike occurs.[xiv] February 22, 1919 A.D.
Kurt Eisner is assassinated by Anton von Arco auf Valley, a right-wing anti-Semitic agitator.[xv] February 1919 A.D.
A new revolutionary government takes over in Munich, led by leftists intellectuals like the playwright Ernst Toller and the anarchist theoretician Gustav Landueer.[xvi] Early Spring, 1919 A.D.
Troops under General Maercker march and disarm workers amid bloody struggles.[xvii] March 1919 A.D.
The Allies reach agreement to supply famine-hit Germany with food relief.[xviii] March 11, 1919 A.D.
The Allies sign an agreement with Germany making Danzig a “free city.”[xix] April 4, 1919 A.D.
In Munich, adherents of the Bavarian People’s Party cheer on the Freikorps as it murders nearly 1,000 individuals who were vilified in the right-wing press as the vanguard of a “Jewish-Bolshevist revolution.”[xx] May 1919 A.D.
The National Socialist Worker’s Party, led by Adolf Hitler, publishes a program for a third reich.[xxi] February 24, 1920 A.D.
The Night of the Long Knives (German: Nacht der langen Messer (help·info)), or the Röhm Purge, also called Operation Hummingbird (German: Unternehmen Kolibri) was a purge that took place in Nazi Germany, when Adolf Hitler, urged on by Hermann Göring and Heinrich Himmler, carried out a series of political extrajudicial executions intended to consolidate his hold on power in Germany, as well as to alleviate the concerns of the German military about the role of Ernst Röhm and the Sturmabteilung (SA “Strom BAtallion”), the Nazis' own mass paramilitary organization. June 30, 1934 to July 2, 1934 A.D.
[iii] C&P. See also Moore. Webster indicates that Vienna became the capital of Austria in 1918.