Ahrn Palley

Dr. Ahrn Palley (February 13, 1914 – May 6, 1993) was an independent politician in Rhodesia who criticized the Smith administration and the Unilateral Declaration of Independence. Smith described him as "one of the most able politicians this country has produced, and although our political philosophies did not coincide, we always respected one another and maintained friendly relations."

Read more about Ahrn Palley:  Background, Entry Into Politics, Political Stances, Re-election in 1962, UDI, Later Career, In Zimbabwe

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Southern Rhodesian General Election, 1962 - District Results
... Joseph Thompson CAP 34. 13.9 HIGHFIELD †Ahrn Palley Ind 50. 47.6 Gahadzikwa Albert Chaza UFP 46. 43.8 Ralph Drew Palmer CAP 8. 7.6 Patrick Joseph Geoffrey RF 1 - 1. 1.0 Second count †Ahrn ...
Ahrn Palley - In Zimbabwe
... under majority rule as Zimbabwe in 1980, Palley argued that meaningful land reform would not be as expensive as some were suggesting because the government had previously ... Palley remained at work both in medicine and law until his sudden death (of a heart attack) ... Palley married his wife Claire in 1952, although they separated in the early 1960s and divorced in 1985 ...