↑Overy 1997, p. 208: "German losses were too great to allow a decisive breakthrough. Soviet forces held the German attack, but made little progress themselves. Flanking movements by heavy German forces to the left and right were repulsed".
↑Overy 1997, p. 210: By 15 July both sides had ended up where they started. The SS Divisions were devastated. The Death's Head Division which bore the brunt at Prokhorovka was withdrawn from the front.
↑Glantz & House 1995, p. 166. In the south as in the north the Germans were never able to achieve a significant operational penetration and were, therefore, unable to encircle and disrupt their enemy's rear areas.
↑Glantz & House 1995, p. 166: The Soviet's engineer and anti-tank forces, concentrated forces in depth, superb intelligence, and the mobility of their new tank armies had given the "Blitzkrieg its worst defeat. It was the first time a German strategic offensive had been halted before it could breakthrough enemy defences into the strategic depths beyond.
Review of Kursk 1943: A Statistical Analysis with a detailed comparison with the statistics provided by Walter Dunn's "Kursk: Hitler's Gamble, 1943", George Nipe's "Decision in the Ukraine", "The Battle of Kursk" by David Glantz and Jonathan House, and "The Battle for Kursk, 1943" from the Soviet General Staff.
Олейников Г.А. Прохоровское сражение (июль 1943). — СПб.: Нестор, 1998.,  a comprehensive analysis in Russian
Валерий Замулин. Прохоровка — неизвестное сражение великой войны. М.: АСТ: АСТ МОСКВА: ХРАНИТЕЛЬ, 2006 ISBN 5-17-039548-5 – total description of movement of Russian and Germany troops based on Russian and German archive documents with full statistic of Russian troops. In Russian.