The first installment in a series of digital diaries following those displaced by the war in Ukraine
Not since World War II has a European conflict forced so many people from their homes.
As the war in Ukraine rages on, millions of new arrivals across the Continent are figuring out how to build new lives — whether for a few weeks, a few months or many years, nobody knows.
In this ongoing project, POLITICO will be hosting a sort of digital diary, following those adjusting to life far away from everything they knew.
For this first installment, we asked eight Ukrainian refugees about how they left their country, and what they miss most about what they left behind…