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The collapsing pressure would be pretty extreme, and failure of your structure would be just as deadly as the explosion of the Hydrogen.
BTW - in hydrogen's defense, the Hindenburg did not explode. It actually burned. Had the envelope been filled with a large amount of oxygen as well as hydrogen, it could have exploded, but in that case, it's unlikely it would been airborne at the time.