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.


I heard also that during Ottoman Invasion while Serbia wasn't a country for 500 years there was a lot of Orthodox churches built in Bosnia where Ottomans have alowed for Orthodox chruch to baptize the locals and assimilate. I also heard that Vojvodina has a different culture from rest of Serbia as well. I wonder why these people are called Serbs today also.


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