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Rommel museum

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I found out from his biography that Erwin Rommel is the only senior member of the Nazi regime who's life and career are shown in a museum dedicated to him.
I know that his house is in Herrlingen near Ulm, and his grave is there as well, but where is this museum?
I found a website in German only and I couldn't find much information (I don't know German either), however, there are no details like you find on any web page of a museum, be it big or small.

http://www.deutsche-museen.de/show.php?id=2438&show_ref=yes&bundesland_id=12

Is it his former house, Friedenthal Haus?
Anybody knows anything about this museum? Any details please?

Thank you,
Gabriel

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