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Carasso joined EPON (the Resistance Youth Movement), where she helped to prepare food and clothes and assisted the families of andartes left in the twenty-two villages surrounding Serres and Nigrita.
In early April 1943 Daisy Carasso left for the mountains with her mother and her young sister through the arrangement of a Jew who was friendly with a black marketeer, who was also the local recruiter for the Communist Party and the andartiko from the village of Dafni near Nigrita.
Eventually they reached Nigrita where Daisy joined the resistance.
Nigrita, with its population of about nine thousand, was the center for ELAS Regiment 19, which had broad support from the intellectuals and professionals of Nigrita and especially the teachers.
She also helped recruit young men, did guard duty, carried ammunition, and distributed leaflets and propaganda in Nigrita.
On March 5 Greeks and Bulgarians fought at Nigrita as they subsequently fought at Pravishta, Leftera, Panghaion, and Anghista.