I think I'll tweak things a little bit. IOTL the decision to create a epublic, as opposed to just forcing Kaiser Wilhelm II to abdicate in favor of his son, was kinda spur of the moment. I think I'll have a German Revolution analogue that ends up with Wilhelm abdicating in favor of his son instead of completely abolishing the German monarchy.Alright, I stand corrected in regards to democracy being forced upon Germany at Versailles IOTL. But, the German Revolution of 1918-1919 happened as a direct result of Germany beginning to lose the war. Those sailors you're talking about only revolted because they refused to continue to fight in a war that they saw as lost. Even if it's a stalemate, the Germans are still deep in French territory, and Germany isn't going to see that as a defeat and a lost cause. Therefore, I don't think Weimar would still be established. There may be more democratic reforms in Germany after the war, but the end to the monarchy isn't on the menu.