His Grace Frederick, Duke of Labsburg (b. October 23, 2793-d.April 17th, 2883) was the 30th Governor-General of Greater Hulstria, 14th Chairman of the Fascist Authority Party, 12th Vice-Chairman of the Fascist Authority Party and former Minister of Foreign Affairs for Greater Hulstria; Frederick is also the head of the Labsburg line as the Duke of Labsburg, one of the oldest noble titles in the Imperial Crownlands. Frederick is noted to have the first noble to have ever entered the ranks of the Fascist Authority Party; his association with the party contributed to the FAP's turn towards Tory principles of representing the Monarchy, traditionalism, and upholding imperial Hulstrian values. Frederick began his career within the FAP after he was appointed to become the Vice-Chairman of the Fascist Authority by Charles Fuerstien shortly after he assumed the party leadership position in the early 2820s. In September 2837 Frederick von Labsburg, following a formation of a new unity cabinet, became the Minister of Foreign Affairs for Greater Hulstria. In Febuary 2852 the Duke of Labsburg was appointed by then chairman Erik Bauer-Chamberlain II to succeed him as the leader of the party. Shortly following this, Frederick resigned from his post at the Foreign Affairs Ministry, tapping Erik Bauer-Chamberlain II to succeed him at that position, which in April 2852 he did. In September 2857 Labsburg was elected as the 30th Governor-General of Greater Hulstria in a close election; he would go onto win another two terms and decided to not run for a 4th term in 2866. In May of 2874 Frederick von Labsburg stepped down from position as Chairman after 23 years of leadership and appointed Edward Roderick III, the then Vice-Chairman, to take his spot.
Frederick was born on October 23, 2793, in the city of Labsburg in the Crownland of Budenlar, a region within Greater Hulstria; he was born to father Augustus von Labsburg and mother Lady Angela Liesl.