Was born as Georg Ehrenfried July 26, 1893 in Berlin
Attended the Royal Academy of Arts in Dresden
Attended the "Kunstgewerbeschule" in Berlin as disciple of Emil Orlik
Volunteered for military service to preempt the general conscription into the army
Invalided out of military service after a surgical operation
Name change into George Grosz; Publication of his drawings in the monthly journal "Neue Jugend"
Re-conscription into the army; After hospital stay in a military hospital and sanatorium, he was finally considered unsuitable for service and discharged; the portfolios "Erste George Grosz-Mappe" and "Kleine Grosz Mappe" were published by the Berlin Malik-Verlag/Publisher
Member of the German Communist Party
First solo exhibition in the Munich-based gallery "Neue Kunst Hand Goltz"; joint organizer of the "First International Dada Fair" in Berlin
Criminal prosecution for slandering the Reichswehr after the exhibition of his portfolio "Gott mit uns" at the Dada Fair in Berlin
Resignation from the German Communist Party; Another charge followed because of an "offence against moral" in his series "Ecco Homo"
Exhibtion at the Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, Berlin; First solo exhibition at the Galerie Billiet, Paris
Grosz produces more than 300 drafts and watercolours to plan the staging of the theater play "Die Abenteur des braven Soldaten Schwejk" by Jaroslav Hašek (1883-1923) in Berlin; Third court case in 1929 because he Grosz was accused of blashemy in the series "Hintergrund"
Guest professorship at the Art Students' League, New York
Emigration to New York after Adolf Hitler came to power
Awarded with the Carol H. Beck Medal by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Retrospective in the Museum of Modern Art, New York
Publication of his autobiography "A Little Yes and a Big No" in New York
Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters; Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Publication of the German edition of his autobiography "Ein kleines Ja und ein großes Nein" by the Hamburg-based Rowohlt Verlag
Extraordinary member of the "Berliner Akademie der Künste" by election
Died on 6, 1959 July shortly after his removal to Berlin