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Our anger goes beyond the simple policy matters It goes into the fact that all the things we were told about Vietnam we found untrue when we got there. We found that too often American nen were dying in those rice paddies from want of support from our so-called allies . We saw first hand the money-your taxes-squadered by a corrupt dictatorial regime. We saw that Agbew had a one-sided idea of who was kept free by the flag, as blacks provided the highest percentage of casualties.

Is the red sentence correct?
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Hi,

Our anger goes beyond the simple policy matters It goes into the fact that all the things we were told about Vietnam we found untrue when we got there.

Yes, it's fine. I'd write it with a comma after 'Vietnam'.

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you! Clive