|January 9||Grand Duke Jean -- Definitive (10 F)|
|March 10||European Architectural Heritage Year|
|April 28||Europa 1975 -- Paintings|
|April 28||Dr. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) -- Birth Centenary|
|April 28||Robert Schuman Declaration -- 25th Anniversary|
|September 8||Civil Defense Organization|
|December 5||Protected Plants I (Charity Issue)|
|December 23||Grand Duke Jean -- Definitives (9 F, 12 F, 20 F)|
The Council of Europe proclaimed 1975 to be European Architectural Heritage Year to highlight the need to preserve and protect buildings of important historical value.
These stamps depict four areas which Luxembourg intends to preserve and restore:
These stamps show "Moselle Bridge at Remich" by Nico Klopp (1894-1930) and "Still Life" by Joseph Kutter (1894-1941).
These stamps show a self-portrait of Joseph Kutter (1894-1941) and "Dam" by Dominique Lang (1974-1919).
Dr. Albert Schweitzer was a pastor, theologian, doctor, philosopher, writer, teacher, musician, and holder of the Nobel Peace Prize. He was born in Alsace in 1875 and died in Gabon in 1965 after dedicating more than half his life to the sick in his hospital in Gabon.
The Schuman Declaration of May 9, 1950 proposed the pooling of French and German coal and steel resources, but it was, in effect, a charter for European unification. Schuman's initiative resulted in the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community and ultimately, in 1957, to the creation of the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community. Schuman was born in Luxembourg in 1886 and he died in France in 1963.
This stamp depicts two other individuals who continued Schuman's work and made major contributions to European unification -- Gaetano Martino of Italy and Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium. Both played key roles in the negotiation of the Treaties of Rome of 1957 which established the EEC and the EAEC.
The goal of the Civil Defense Organization is to protect and rescue the population and to safeguard the national heritage and property in the event of natural disasters or armed conflict.
These stamps depict three individual sports that are relatively new to Luxembourg -- ice skating, water skiing, and mountain climbing.
These stamps depict plants that are protected by Luxembourg law in order that they may better survive as the country continues to industrialize: