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So in linguistic terms Slavonian's are Catholic Serbs? However i must say that national identity according to language is relatively new idea for example Americans speak English yet they regard themselves separate from English. Similar scenario in Duchy of Carniola or other duchies under Habsburg crown. Carniolan was any one living in Duchy of Carniola regardless of his native language.

No of course not, language is not ethnicity, also Slavonians or Šokci, are a different ethnographic group than Croats, they have a distinct language, culture and tradition, differentiating them from other Croats, were however croatised in the course of the time. In Serbia they are considered a separate ethnos like the Bunjevci.

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