a dungeon or dark cellular in a jail an army lock-up or guardroom today frequently with allusion into mobile the black-hole in a fort at Calcutta labeled as the Black Hole of Calcutta into which 146 English prisoners were pushed because of the nabob Suraja Dowla regarding the night of Summer 20 1765 as well as in which 123 for the prisoners died before morning from insufficient atmosphere
- a spot of area resulting from the failure of a star; very high gravitational industry
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in astrophysics, 1968, probably with awareness of Black Hole of Calcutta, incident of June 19, 1756, in which 146 British POWs taken by the Nawab of Bengal after the capture of Ft. William, Calcutta, were held overnight in punishment cell of the barracks (meant to hold 4 people) and all but 23 perished.
A dungeon or dark cell in a prison; a military lock-up or guardroom; -- today generally with allusion towards cell (the black-hole) in a fort at Calcutta, into which 146 English prisoners were pushed by the nabob Suraja Dowla in the nights June 20, 17656, plus in which 123 regarding the prisoners passed away before early morning from not enough atmosphere.
Lord Curzon restored, at his own cost, the monument which formerly commemorated the massacre of the Black Hole, and a tablet let into the wall of the general post office indicates the position of the Black Hole in the north-east bastion of Fort.