, which should produce a menu which includes "Photos WW II".
A further search has a listing for ; "Photo #40-506/94, Julich, Germany", which I assume will provide the photos you seek.
(This would be a commercial site I imagine, for an Order Form is included).
As for the military action in the area:
US Ninth Army was responsible for this immediate sector.
It launched OPERATION GRENADE, a major offensive extending from River Rur to the Rhine, on 23 Feb 45.
The attack started at 3:30AM, and involved a heavy, 45 minute artillery barrage, and which involved the the XIII and XIX Corps.
They were opposed by units identified as the PANZERLEHR DIVISION and the FIFTEENTH PANZERGRENADIERE, which had been rotated from the northern front.
The 84th Infantry Division (US XIII Corps)crossed the Rur opposite Linnich, 23 Feb 45, at the same time the 102nd ID (also XIII Corps) crossed opposite Roerdorf, and the XIX Corps's 29th ID crossed between Broich and Julich.
The US First Army also attacked at 3:30AM in the direction of the Rur, while to the south, Patton's Third Army crossed the Our River, moving in the direction of Trier.
These are the German elements involved in opposition to the US offensive:
Field Marshall Walter Model's Army Group B (later, a suicide);
General Zangen, 15th Army;
General Hasso von Manteuffel, 5th Armoured Army; (NOTE: Identified as FIFTH PANZER ARMY in S. Ambrose's CITIZEN SOLDIERS)
General Felber, 7th Army.
Julich was captured by the 29th Infantry Division, 24 Feb 45.
Sorry, but that is all of the information I can provide on this action.
2194 Days of War, An Illustrated Chronology of the Second World War, Compiled by C. Salmaggi and A. Pallavisini, Barnes & Noble, NYNY, publisher, 1977.