First novel, "Jagende Rosse" finished during Gymnasium.
Completed while studying at Freidrich Wilhelm
His 3rd Novel
Some of Doblin's novellas published under this name.
3rd novel is published
Published several essays under the pen name "Linke Poot" (Left Paw)
Written about his two month travels across Poland
Fictional novel published
Not-so-famous free verse epic about a figure from Indian mythology
Doblin's most famous work finished
Four-part novel project about the revolution in Germany at the end of the First World War. Finally finished in '43.
Received "Abitur" and began studies at Friedrich Wilhelm University (now Humboldt University of Berlin)
Moved to Freiburg im Breisgau, studying neurology and psychiatry
Begins working in Buch, in Berlin
Opens his first private practice in Kreuzberg, in Berlin.
Döblin volunteered in December 1914 to avoid conscription and was posted to Saargemünd (Sarreguemines) as a doctor.
Transferred to Hagenau
Had a professional practice, but later devoted much of his time to writing, and politics.
Worked as an anti-propagandist for the French
worked for Metro Golden Mayer
Sophie Döblin and the 5 children move to Berlin
Max Döblin returns to Germany, and moves the family to Hamburg.
When it is discovered Max Döblin also brought his lover back with him, Sophie moves the family back to Berlin
Working under private practice
Moved to Berlin and began new medical practice and much writing
Moved after the Nazis took control of Germany
Family moved to Paris
Displaced from Paris due to the German occupation of France
Family moved to L.A.
Moved back to Europe
Max Döblin emigrates to America with Henriette Zander, a seamstress 20 years his junior.
Son by Friede Kunke, Bodo, born 14 October 1911
Marriage to Erna Reiss, January 1912
First son by Erna, Peter, born October 1912
Second son Wolfgang is born
3rd son Klaus is born
Friede Kunke dies, Bodo move in with his grandmother, Elise Kunke.
fourth son Stefan is born
Unbeknownst to Alfred and Erna
Alfred, Erna, Stefan baptized into the Catholic church.