1918 to 1925 found here.
→ September — Germany is admitted into the League of Nations.
→ August — Commercial treaty between France and Germany is signed.
→ Stresemann introduced a series of reforms to improve living conditions for the working classes — The Labour Exchanges, unemployment pay and 3 million new houses were built.
→ 10th May — Number of socialist votes in Reichstag elections increase. Left wing gains; Nationalists lose; NSDAP wins 12 seats; middle parties decline.
→ May — SPD-led coalition under Hermann Müller; parties remain particularistic and irresponsible.
→ 1928 in general — Economic contraction, unemployment rises.
→ September — Allies begin military evacuation of the Rhineland.
→ October — Gustav Stresemann dies. The Wall Street Crash creates a world wide economic depression.
→ December — Referendum upholds the decision to adopt the Young Plan.
→ America recalls all the loans they gave to Germany following the economic crisis of 1923; unemployment rose to 6 million.
→ March — Müller cabinet resigns over budget and no viable parliamentary majority is left. Brüning is appointed as Chancellor by Hindenburg to work in a non-political Presidential cabinet and Brüning rules by decree. Attempts to ride out the Depression with orthodox economic policies and wants repeal over the terms in the Versailles Treaty.
→ 16th July — Brüning loses no confidence vote over emergency decree; parliament is dissolved; Brüning reissues decree but is rejected again.
→ 14th September — Reichstag elections. Huge turnout; Right is radicalised; Nazi vote increases but there is still no overall majority for any one party.
Apparently, nothing worth noting happened in 1931...
→ 25th February — Hitler is granted German citizenship.
→ 13th March — First round of the Presidential elections. Hindenburg beats Hitler in Presidential election.
→ May — Brüning resigns as Chancellor and is replaced by Franz von Papen in June.
→ July — von Papen Putsch against Prussian government. In the Reichstag elections, the Nazis become the largest political party in the Reichstag.
→ 9th July — Lausanne Agreement limits German reparations payment.
→ 17th July — Nazi street violence culminates in “bloody Sunday” clashes in Altona between NSDAP and KDP; 15 dead.
→ 13th August — Hindenburg denies Hitler Chancellorship; Nazi party begins to splinter.
→14th September — Reparations repayments suspended.
→ 3rd December — von Schleicher is appointed as Chancellor.
→ 28th January — von Schleicher resigns as Chancellor.
→ 30th January — Hitler is appointed as Chancellor.
→ 27th February — Reichstag Fire and the Decree for the Protection of People and State is passed.
→ 28th February — Hitler is granted emergency powers.
→ February— First concentration camp set up (Ornienburg)
→ March — NSDAP is the largest party in Reichstag elections but fails to win a majority.
→ 5th March — Reichstag elections amid Nazi pressure and terror; Hitler succeeds in obtaining a majority by disqualifying all the Communist deputies; new parliament grants Hitler his Enabling Act.
→ April — Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service.
→ 26th April — The Gestapo is founded.
→1st May — May Day. Trade Unions are banned and the German Labour Force (DAF) is created in their places.
→ Between 2nd and 13th May — Most labour union leaders arrested; property of independent unions confiscated.
→July — All political parties except the NSDAP are banned. The Concordat between the Catholic Church and the Nazis is signed.
→ 30th June — Night of the Long Knives; Ernst Röhm and other SA leaders murdered.
→ July — By the Law Concerning Measures for the Defence of the State, the government justifies its actions in the Night of the Long Knives.
→ 2nd August — Hindenburg dies; Hitler declares himself Führer, merging party, executive, and prime ministerial functions; armed forces swear oath of loyalty to Hitler.
→ 19th August — Plebiscite allows Hitler to combine Chancellorship and Presidency.