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An abundance of cannon fodder is essential to the success of the scheme.

He thought of George as clay to the hand of a sergeant, not as cannon fodder.

England utilizes the refuse of her domestic establishment as cannon fodder.

Giants striving for mastery, using the human cattle as cannon fodder!

You lose all individuality, you become a "bayonet" or a "machine gun," or "cannon fodder," or "fighting material."

Soviet communism is trying to make these nations into colonies, and to use their people as cannon fodder in new wars of conquest.

Much has been made of a statement that I declared that men were fit for something better than slavery and cannon fodder.

When misfortune and lack of cannon fodder oppressed him, Napoleon became again the practical man not blinded by his supremacy.

But here appeared the cannon fodder demanding to be shot down in its craze for Triumphant Germany.

On my left was the cannon fodder going up; on my right was the cannon fodder coming back.