Today in World War II History

70 Years Ago—May 10, 1940: Germany invades the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg; and German troops land at Belgian Fort Eben Emael in the first use of glider-borne troops in history. British Prime Min. Neville Chamberlain resigns and is replaced by Winston Churchill.
65 Years Ago—May 10, 1945: Soviets take Prague, Czechoslovakia.