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You're getting attacked by different army troops. This is a great war game where you must survive in the enemy's territory. To do this you have to eliminate all the enemy's soldiers. Do whatever it takes to beat your opponents in an exciting fight. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a fun internet browser game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Alternate Commissar game online right now.
Use the arrow keys to play this free military game. A to shoot, D to Jump and S to attack.
According to WikiPedia the term commissar is used to refer specifically to Russian Communist political officers, while administrative officers are translated to commissary. The term Commissar also refers to similar Communist officers in other countries, for example during the Spanish Civil War. The title has been used in the Soviet Union and Russia from the time of Peter the Great. Commissaries were used during the Provisional Government (March-July 1917) for regional heads of administration, but the term commissar is associated with a number of Cheka and military functions in Bolshevik and Soviet government military forces during the Russian Civil War (the White Army widely used the collective term "bolsheviks and commissars" for their opponents) and with the later terms People's Commissar (or narkom) for government ministers and political commissar in the military. A political commissar was a high-ranking functionary at a military headquarters who held coequal rank and authority with the military commander of the unit. Many lower-level political officers never received the same military training as commanding officers. Prior to becoming a commissar an individual had to be registered as a communist for a minimum of three years and had to attend specific political institutions, many of which never had any military-oriented training.
According to Dictionary.com alternate is a verb which to interchange repeatedly and regularly with one another in time or place, similar to rotate or take turns. The word can also be an adjective used to describe something. In this case, it would be something being in a constant state of succession or rotation. Alternate could also be a noun, in which the term refer to a person authorized to fill the position. In the case to our free online game, Alternate Commissar, the term alternate is used as a noun.
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