Poland, Long Leery of Foreigners, Has Welcomed Ukrainians

The country, once one of the world’s most ethnically and culturally homogeneous, has accommodated far more refugees from neighboring Ukraine than any other nation.

A mother smiles while sitting with her three children in a room decorated with balloons at a temporary shelter.
The Goncharuk family arrived in Wroclaw, Poland, from Kharkiv, Ukraine. They live in a single room at a former coll...