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Can anyone here enlighten me about Medhatithi's Manubhashya, a commentary on Manu's Dharmashastra?

From what I read he is dated to 9th cent CE, what I found interesting is Savarkar refers to him in his "six glorious epochs" saying that he condemned the foolish generosity of Hindu kings and their senile rule based warfare (such as not attacking first), and said that there is no sin if Arya's cross the borders of Aryavrata and conquer other lands and that all enemies are to be crushed completely etc.

Has anyone came across these views in his writings?
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