Recently on Yahoo Answers, someone asked if anyone remembered an old horror comic story. I did, but couldn't remember what comic book it was from. It also jogged my memory about another story, which may have been in the same comic book.
Most likely (but not sure) it was from the 1970's.
They may or may not have been in the same comic book--we didn't have many horror comics, and I've already found two we owned which were not the ones. I have looked at covers online for some time without seeing anything I recognized, and I think the cover art I have in my mind may just be the first splash panel of the werewolf story. :(
Story #1: A man gets on a subway. As the car starts moving, he recognizes another man in the car. He starts having flashbacks about a Nazi death camp, and its evil, sadistic commander, who made a point of especially tormenting one man. The narration goes something like "You came here and made a new life, and thought you would never see him again." The subway stops, and the man runs for it. The second man looks up as he does, recognizes him, and runs after him, shouting. The first guy gets killed. (Hit by a subway train?) It turns out that the first guy was actually the camp commander, and the guy chasing after him was his victim.
Story #2: A man is stranded on a snowy mountain (plane crash?) in what has been said to be werewolf country. He is starving, and undergoes various disasters as he tries to escape and find help. By the time he finds other people, he us so dehumanized that he attacks them, and the last panel shows him eating them, looking like some sort of werewolfish beast.
Thanks for any help you can give!