One main question you missed is that what do they think of the war itself ? Because if Germany did not declare war, most of colonies would not be independent or as rich as they were, that is my main question and argument, that many former colonized would see the second world war as an unfortunate event but a necessary one for the self determination and independence of European coloniesViet Nam is a staunch U.S. ally, has been since the war ended. Most of the French colonies were de facto independent for almost 20 years before the war ended, They viewed the French efforts to somehow reclaim them as fairly hilarious. Pretty much the same thing exists with Indonesia (even IOTL I have recently learned that at least in some quarters of Indonesian society there is a saying "Better 300 years of Dutch Rule than 3 years of Japanese").
It seems possible that you are overestimating the lingering dislike in many of the colonies. Most, in fact pretty much all, of them are economically better off ATL, often fsr better off, in large part because their rulers don't spent idiotic amounts of the national treasury to either fight wars of aggression or to defend against neighbors looking to conquer them.