Looking at the Dachau memorial by Nandor Glid I was reminded by a photo I have of an Auschwitz prisoner who “went for the wires (Polish: “szedł na druty”) to get himself killed and a relevant piece of text from Pilecki's Auschwitz report I was responsible for translating and publishing in English from the Polish original held at the SPP-PUMST archive in London. Although the extract is about suicide "on the wires" at KL Auschwitz it might equally apply to any concentration camp.
"...Occasionally a häftling was absent: he had hanged himself somewhere in an attic, or right during roll call he “went for the wires,” then shots rang out from a sentry in a watchtower and the inmate fell riddled with bullets.
Inmates usually “went for the wires" in the morning, before another day’s torment; before nightfall, when there was a break of a few hours in the agony, this happened more rarely.
There was an official order which forbade inmates preventing their comrades from taking their own life. If caught “preventing,” a häftling was punished with a stint in the “bunker.” ......"