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Hagelin C-443   C-48
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The C-443 is a mechanical pin-wheel cipher machine, developed in 1943 by Boris Hagelin (later: Crypto AG) in Sweden. Apart from a few manufacturing differences, the machine is identical to the Hagelin C-48A that was released a year earlier (1942) and which is similar to the M-209.

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C-443A as used in Uruguay

Closed C-443 with keys With carrying strap With open cover Close-up Showing the interior C-443A as used in Uruguay Close-up of the printer Rear view
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Closed C-443 with keys
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With carrying strap
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With open cover
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Close-up
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Showing the interior
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C-443A as used in Uruguay
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Close-up of the printer
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Rear view

Documentation
  1. The Hagelin Cryptographer type C-48A and C-443A
    Hagelin. March 1942, March 1943.
References
  1. SMID, C-446A en M-209 Beschrijving en Analyse
    Descryption and analysis of the Hagelin C-446A and M-209 (Dutch).
    Dutch Department of Defence, Military Intelligence School. Date unknown.
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